Georgia ministry official Brad Raffensperger told the online forum C-SPAN that he remains a conservative Republican, despite criticism from President Donald Trump and other Republican leaders. other peace in the handling of state election procedures.|The Georgia ministry official argued that Donald Trump’s campaign had failed to turn out voters in the cities, winning fewer votes in urban areas than his presidential candidates. Other Republicans.|”Mr. Trump does well in many rural areas, but he doesn’t in urban areas. That’s completely campaign strategy and ultimately, our job as state pastoral official is to do so. make sure we monitor the election, make sure the election is honest and fair,” said Brad Rafensperger.|”The job of a political party, in this case, the Republican Party, is to raise funds and raise voter turnout and that’s done,” said Georgia pastor Brad Raffensperger.|Joe Biden won Georgia by nearly 12,000 votes, winning the state that Donald Trump won by 5% in the 2016 US presidential election. Georgia officials recertified the state’s election results in early December after a recount of votes at the request of the Donald Trump campaign.