FBI seeks info on woman identified as Democratic volunteer after Georgia voter system attacked

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The identity of a person being scrutinized by the FBI after Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp launched an investigation into the state’s Democratic Party over “possible cyber crimes” has been revealed.

An official from the office of Kemp, who is running as the state’s Republican gubernatorial nominee, told ABC-affiliate WSB-TV on Sunday the FBI was seeking information regarding a woman named Rachel Small as part of the probe.

Georgia Democrats, who have called the inquiry into the supposed unsuccessful hacking attempt on the state’s voter registration system Saturday evening a “political stunt,” were quick to respond to the report on Twitter.

“BREAKING: Team Kemp is losing their minds,” the Democratic Party of Georgia tweeted. “Rachel Small is a volunteer for the Democratic Party of Georgia on our voter protection hotline. She received an email from a man named Richard Wright. She forwarded Richard’s email to our voter protection director. Sorry, @BrianKempGA.” –  READ MORE

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