I am running for Secretary of State to clean up the mess, secure the mail-in ballot, and restore voter confidence.
In the 2020 election cycle, we witnessed voter suppression on a massive scale. This was triggered by voter uncertainty and made worse by the Secretary’s poor decisions, carelessness, and failure to lead. In the Senate runoff, thousands of Georgia voters chose to stay home rather than condone a process that appeared uninterested in the difference between valid votes and invalid votes. Raffensperger single-handedly bargained away our election integrity and skewered the credibility or our mail-in ballots. Then, he looked us in the eye and told us that the 2020 election was the safest, most secure election in our history. It was not, and it’s time to hold the Secretary of State accountable.
The Compromise Settlement Agreement signed by Raffensperger and Stacey Abrams is the biggest obstacle to voter confidence and election integrity in Georgia. The Compromise makes it very difficult for counties to reject invalid mail-in ballots, which likely resulted in thousands of invalid ballots being fully counted in the recent election. The integrity of our State depends on the integrity of our elections.
As Georgia’s next Secretary of State, David Belle Isle will:
- Reject the Compromise Settlement Agreement
- Better secure the mail-in ballot process
- Work to clean up the voter rolls
- Call for a true, independent audit of Dominion
David will put fresh eyes on our entire election system, from top to bottom, with the goal of delivering to the people of Georgia fair and provable elections.
Georgia has been the focus of national attention during the election process, and we have a unique opportunity to demonstrate how common-sense conservatism can solve a state’s problems. However, it won’t be easy. Conservatives are under attack. We are being banned, censored, and cancelled. Georgians know that our shared conservative values are at the heart of our State’s success. The way we lead and the policies we have championed have attracted new businesses and lured new citizens to our State. Yet, there is national pressure on our citizens to vote against the very principles that got us here.
As we face our next election cycle, Republicans are seeking to support the right leaders who will help Georgians flourish. Before those leaders can be successful, David Belle Isle is dedicated to fixing the mess at the ballot box and restoring voter confidence in Georgia.