FBI Requests Voter Integrity Project Data on Absentee Ballots for Investigation


The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has requested the Voter Integrity Project’s (VIP) findings indicating illegal ballots in Georgia and other contested states. VIP was started by Matt Braynard immediately following this most recent general election. VIP has claimed to discover significant evidence of voter fraud that would impact the election’s outcome.

Braynard is the Executive Director of Look Ahead America, a voting registration and informational nonprofit, and former Data Chief and Strategist for Trump for President.

According to former Kansas Attorney General and Thomas More Society Director Phillip Kline, a special agent from the Los Angeles Field Office reached out to Braynard regarding VIP’s data.

In Georgia, VIP discovered that many apartment addresses for those who voted absentee were actually postal facilities. According to the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA), individuals are prohibited from registering and requesting absentee ballots using a postal facility as a residential address.

Additionally, VIP discovered at least one thousand votes that were attached to “non-residential, purely commercial addresses.”

More Georgia residency analyses within VIP research uncovered nearly 16,000 voters that had filed a change of address to another state, with nearly 5,000 having issued a subsequent voter registration in another state.

Braynard’s team also investigated the infrequent voters in precincts with high turnouts. In Georgia, about one percent of respondents stated that they hadn’t casted a ballot, though the state reported they did.

Over 44 percent of nearly 260 respondents shared that they had returned their absentee ballot – yet the state recorded that they didn’t. Of the total amount of absentee ballots that were issued, nearly 140,000 were unreturned.

As for dead voters, Braynard shared that VIP hadn’t found some evidence, but not any correlation of a “targeted effort to cast the ballots of deceased voters.”

Additionally, legal teams have requested for Braynard to submit his work to their cases in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Arizona.

A full analysis of VIP’s findings and conclusions in Georgia and the other contested states was published in a video.

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Corinne Murdock is a reporter at The Georgia Star News and the Star News Network. Follow her latest on Twitter, or email tips to [email protected].
Photo “Matt Braynard on the Whiteboard” by Matt Braynard.





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