Georgia Governor candidate Kandiss Taylor announced on Twitter she had done something “BIG” to get a forensic audit underway in Georgia. Today, she did.


Taylor released the following press release:

From The Gubernatorial Candidate Dr. Kandiss Taylor

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July 19, 2021

Dr. Kandiss Taylor, declared candidate for Georgia Governor, has been hard at work for months demanding a full forensic audit in Georgia. After several press releases of findings from the Project Opal Auditing Team composed of private Georgia citizens, Dr. Taylor decided to take this a step farther. 

On Friday, July 16, 2021, Dr. Kandiss Taylor petitioned the State Grand Jury of Cobb County, Georgia. The following is an excerpt from the petition:

“Petitioners call the attention of this Honorable Grand Jury to the fact that several of these Petitioners are witnesses to illegal acts related to the required legal processes involving tabulating of votes, casting of ballots, required documentation, and the certification of the Presidential Election (General Election of 2020) calling into question the validity of any certified result.

Dr. Kandiss Taylor and Project Opal have evidence pertaining to these illegal acts with information on Cobb County’s 2020 General Election. Project Opal is a group of private Georgia citizens (an auditing team) who have spent months collecting and analyzing data retrieved via open records of Cobb County Board of Elections.”

The Assistant District Attorney for Cobb County communicated with Dr. Taylor and assured her the petition would be presented to the Grand Jury on Thursday, July 22, 2021. 

Dr. Taylor and Project Opal are prepared to present evidence and findings to the Grand Jury as soon as they are notified.  (

It’s about to heat up even more in Georgia.


This piece was written by Ray Dietrich on July 19, 2021. It originally appeared in and is used by permission.

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