My new story about how he's following in Brian Kemp's footsteps and infuriating activists: subscriber.politicopro.com/cybersecurity/…
That would include @theNASEM and virtually everyone with significant voting security expertise.
It used an inflated per-ballot price & flawed methodology (compared purchase price of BMDs to purchase AND admin price of paper ballots).
He said he picked BMDs because local election officials overwhelmingly prefer them.
They're also more familiar to voters in a state that already uses touchscreen voting machines.
He's a GA native who still lives there.
When people in the comments started questioning her choice to call a native Georgian an outsider, she argued back, stunning observers.
We've got screenshots in our story.
It's probably a winning strategy for him.