Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger believes Senate Bill 368, passed recently by members of the Georgia General Assembly, is a vital election security measure, and “will serve as the backbone for the most crucial election security improvements taking effect this year, blocking foreign interference in Georgia’s elections.”

The bill, by Sen. Rick Williams, R-Milledgeville, mandates foreign agents to register and disclose state political activity, bringing vital transparency and safeguarding election integrity. The bill was carried in the House by Rep, Alan Powell, R-Harrtwell. 

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