Prosecutor to decide if Georgia lieutenant governor should be charged in election meddling case

Apr 11, 2024 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

48% : Jones was one of 16 state Republicans who signed a certificate stating that Trump had won Georgia and declaring themselves the state's "duly elected and qualified" electors even though Democrat Joe Biden had been declared the winner in the state.
48% : Three others who signed the Republican elector certificate were among those indicted along with Trump in August by a Fulton County grand jury.
45% : Right after Trump and the others were indicted, Skandalakis said he would begin looking for an appropriate prosecutor.
21% : As Willis was investigating possible illegal election meddling by Trump and others, Jones argued that Willis should not be able to pursue charges against him because she had hosted a fundraiser for his Democratic opponent in the lieutenant governor's race.
7% : "Trump and the 18 others indicted in August were accused of participating in a wide-ranging scheme to illegally try to overturn Trump's loss in Georgia.

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