The SC Safe Elections team will be presenting their findings on voter roll analysis and canvassing efforts for the state of South Carolina on February 5th, 2022 from 1 PM to 5 PM. All the SC legislators are invited to The BIG REVEAL as well as Governor McMaster, the SC Election Commission, the Republican and Democratic chairman, and Attorney General Alan Wilson. The event is not open to the public. Only invitees, press, volunteers, and their family and friends are attending. Please call your legislator today to encourage him or her to attend. This is MUST SEE TV!
Details are below. We will post a link to the live feed on February 4th and an executive summary will be posted after the event. Be sure to tune in.
SC Safe Elections Group
Results of South Carolina Citizen-Led Canvass of 2020 November General Election To Be Presented on February 5, 2022, in Columbia, S.C.
Who: SC Safe Elections Group – A non-partisan citizen volunteer group
focused on election integrity.
What: Media and Elected Officials are invited to attend a presentation by group members and election experts on the findings of the canvass of S.C. voter rolls and the 2020 November general election. The public will be able to view a live feed online at https://scsafeelections.org.
When: 1:00-5:00 p.m. EST, February 5, 2022
Where: Segra Park, Club Lounge, 1640 Freed Street, Columbia, S.C.
Columbia, S.C. – January 25, 2022 – SC Safe Elections Group, a non-partisan volunteer group comprised of approximately 75 citizens from across eight South Carolina counties will present findings of its canvass of South Carolina voter rolls and the 2020 General Election on February 5, 2022, from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. EST in the Club Lounge at Segra Park in Columbia, S.C. Presenters will share results that revealed widespread inaccuracies with voter rolls and potentially ineligible votes.
“Even though South Carolina is a red state and went for Donald Trump in the 2020 election, our canvassing efforts found bombshell evidence of phantom voters, deceased voters, ineligible voters, lost votes, cross-state votes and many other anomalies with the 2020 election,” said Laura Scharr, leader of the South Carolina voter integrity effort. “Our goal with this event is to inform the public and our lawmakers of the issues we uncovered and to request specific steps that will improve the accuracy of our elections.”
The public will be able to view the presentation through a live feed at: https://scsafeelections.org. A summary report of the findings of the audit will also be found at this website.