On November 1st, the Georgia Senate Ethics Committee met in Atlanta. The purpose was to inquire why the Secretary of State had not initiated an upgrades of the electronic voting software and other cybersecurity risks. There was also a packed room of election integrity advocates, some ready to speak during public comment portion. The meeting started with approximately 14 state senators to hear from the SOS office and representatives from Dominion. Secretary of State Raffensperger was notably absent. By the time the public comment portion started, 10 of the state senators had left, as well as the representatives from the SOS office. If one of your senators is on the Senate Ethics Committee, you might want to inquire if they stayed to hear from the public or if they left and why. You can watch the proceedings here. Or, scroll down below in the top left to the 11/1/2023 Ethics video.