Allegations of alcohol for votes is ‘outrageous,’ councilwoman says


CLAYTON COUNTY – A newly-elected councilwoman is calling allegations of voter interference involving alcohol a “flat-out lie.”

Kimberly James is responding to a complaint filed by her Forest Park opponent on Friday. Tommy Smith, who lost his Ward 1 seat to James, accuses her and the newly-elected mayor of offering alcohol to people in exchange for votes. The complaint, filed in Clayton County Superior Court, contains more allegations of voter interference, collusion and absentee ballot harvesting.


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