3) Mayra Romera, Florida licensed paralegal, registered Democrat.


Observer at Marietta, Cobb County:

'hundreds of these ballots seemed impeccable, with no folds or creases. The bubble selections were perfectly
made.. all [were] selections for Biden.'
4) Susan Voyles, poll manager, Sandy Springs, Fulton County. Auditor in recount, GWCC Atlanta.


'one batch stood out. It was pristine.

the markings..on these ballots were unusually uniform, perhaps even with a ballot-marking device.. [≈]98% for.. Biden'
5) Debra Fisher, observed military and overseas ballots.


'All.. were very clean. No bubbles were coloured outside the line.. almost all of the ballots I reviewed were for Biden.. Many.. had.. no markings on the rest of the ballot.'
6) Kelly Moore, monitor at Lithonia, DeKalb County.


'From the handful of ballots I was able to see up close, it looked like many of the absentee ballots were perfectly filled out, as if the bubbles had been filled in by a machine.'
7) Scott Hall, monitor at GWCC Atlanta.


'no creases.. giving the impression that they were never folded into an envelope and mailed.. appeared to be pre-printed with.. selections already made. Hundreds of ballots at a time were counted for Biden only.'
8) Robin Hall, Fulton County observer at GWCC Atlanta.


'Many of the boxes of ballots [were] 100% for Biden.. appeared to be perfectly filled out as if they were pre-printed with the presidential candidate selected.. not.. like.. filled.. out at home.'
9) Barbara Hartman, Fulton County auditor, GWCC Atlanta.


'I could not observe any creases in the ballots.. The marked bubbles for each candidate was filled in black ink perfectly within the circle. They looked as if they were stamped.'
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