Jack Kingston

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Jack Kingston

John Heddens Kingston (born April 24, 1955) is the former U.S. representative for Georgia's 1st congressional district in southeast Georgia, serving from 1993 to 2015. He is a member of the Republican Party and was part of the House leadership (2002–06) when he served as vice-chair of the Republican Conference.


  • I know of one dropbox in Georgia that is being looked at. The dropbox averaged sixty thousand ballots a day. Yet over Columbus Weekend, a three-day weekend, nineteen thousand votes were counted. But surveillance shows that only twenty-four people went to the dropbox. You can’t have that kind of ballot harvesting in the state of Georgia. So we have to look into this.
    • 28 September 2021 via NewsMax interview
      • Jim Hoft published a note that Kingston ought to have said nineteen-hundred: "Update: We now know the actual number was 1,900 votes, not 19,000 from a trusted source." Hoft then summarized it "In Georgia, 1,900 ballots were counted from a single Zuckerberg dropbox over one weekend, but surveillance shows only 24 people dropping off all of these ballots. That’s nearly 75 ballots per operative!"
        • HB 316 passed in Georgia in 2019 prohibits any other person other than the elector, a relative, or an individual residing in the same household from returning the ballot

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