Susan Voyles has worked as a poll manager for over 20 years. She told the Georgia Senate committee during a hearing Thursday about an “odd” batch of absentee ballots that caught her attention during the Georgia recount.
“Most of them were pretty worn, until we came up to a batch that is, it was, my words were ‘pristine.’ It was white, it was so white. And this is a typical absentee ballot. You can see how when it comes to you in the mail, how it’s got many folds in it. These had no folds,” said Voyles.
Voyles said what first struck her about these ballots was the feel of the paper. She said when you have counted and held ballots for as long as she has, you know the feel of them. And compared it to knowing the feel of a genuine verses a fake dollar bill.