Jordan Fuchs Wiki – Jordan Fuchs Biography
Jordan Fuchs, Georgia’s secretary of state, is slamming prominent attorney L. Lin Wood, who raised questions on Twitter about her age and experience while pushing unverified claims of voter fraud.
“Little man ego will always have issues with female leadership. Just ask @LLinWood former law partners… and ex-wife,” she wrote on Twitter on December 16. In another tweet, she wrote, “Have you ever met a man with a tiny man ego? How do you manage little man syndrome? Asking for a friend.”
Wood responded, “By the way, Jordy, I don’t think your private relationships with members of the opposite sex is relevant to Dominion voting machine deals. Do you? #FightBack Hard When Over The Target.” Fuchs also goes by the name Jordy Fuchs.
Have you ever met a man with a tiny man ego? How do you manage little man syndrome? Asking for a friend. https://t.co/HJacq1KvEQ
— Jordan M. Fuchs (@JordyFuchs) December 17, 2020
That tweet came in response to Wood’s earlier tweet in which he wrote, “Do you believe @JordyFuchs age 30 with 1 year of government experience should have negotiated Dominion deal & thereafter essentially run GA Sec. of State Office? She was previously political consultant & was appointed as Deputy by @GaSecofState. Something ain’t right in GA.” Wood even claimed on twitter that “Jordan Fuchs @JordyFuchs has admitted publicly on Facebook that she was at one time a practicing witch. Yes, a Wicken. I do not respect that belief.”
Wood is the former attorney for Richard Jewell who has been raising unverified claims of voter fraud as the runoff elections that could determine control of the U.S. Senate loom; some conservative sites have pointed out his heavy Democratic donation record, raising questions about his motives. The exchange comes as tensions continue heating up in Georgia between Fuchs’ Republican boss and the two Republicans trying to win runoff elections. “Though I’ve told the Republican Party to stop focusing on me and instead direct their energies to winning the Senate runoffs, clearly they haven’t listened,” Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said in a release.
As embarrassing as it is for Sens. Perdue & Loeffler not to know that the data they want is already publicly available from the Secretary of State, it’s even worse that they’re not aware their own campaigns already have the data they’re looking for. pic.twitter.com/WXsQ24sge1
— GA Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (@GaSecofState) December 15, 2020
Fuchs has also been vocally critical of voter fraud claims, which President Donald Trump has pushed ever since Georgia swung to Joe Biden in the presidential election. “Republicans fell into a trap by expecting Brad Raffensperger and Brian Kemp to cheat for them,” she told The Washington Post.
Georgia Deputy Secretary of State Jordan Fuchs on the Texas lawsuit: "The allegations in the lawsuit are false and irresponsible … they don't bring forward a single person who this happened to. That's because it didn't happen."
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) December 8, 2020
Jordan Fuchs Age
Jordan Fuchs’s age is unknown.
A press release announcing that Georgia Secretary of State-elect Brad Raffensperger was appointing Jordan Fuchs as Deputy Secretary of State called that position “one of the most important non-elected positions in Georgia since the Secretary of State’s office is responsible for elections, corporation registrations, business and occupational licensing and securities.”
“Tricia and I have worked with Jordan closely for years,” said Raffensperger, a Republican. “She is fully dedicated to achieving the goals outlined during the campaign, and given the tasks we have ahead of us there is no one else I would rather have leading our office.”
The release says Fuchs “managed Raffensperger’s campaigns for both State Legislature and for Secretary of State.”
Fuchs Was Previously Vice President
According to the release, prior to her service with Raffensperger, Jordan Fuchs “served as Vice President of Landmark Communications, a leading political consulting and public relations firm based in Alpharetta.” On Twitter, where she has posted numerous stories debunking voter fraud claims, she called it a Republican firm.
— Jordan M. Fuchs (@JordyFuchs) December 9, 2020
She has experience in Washington D.C. “Prior to joining Landmark Communications, Fuchs worked in Washington, D.C. in the Congress and U.S. Foreign Policy Program with the Council on Foreign Relations and on Capitol Hill in the office of U.S. Representative Rob Woodall,” says the release.
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“I have watched Jordan thrive in the high pressure and highly visible role leading a large organization,” continued Raffensperger. “I have the utmost confidence that she can successfully direct the efforts of this office, and achieve the goals upon which I campaigned. I am confident she will work hard for the people of Georgia.”
Her LinkedIn page explains of the Landmark experience, “Jordan Fuchs is the former Vice President and Political Consultant at Landmark Communications, Inc. Focused on competitive primary and general elections across Georgia, Jordan led the modernization of Landmark Communications’ local campaign tactics in advertising, public relations research, IVR and digital polling, digital media, canvassing and outreach. She served as a senior political consultant for federal, statewide, local and judicial candidates.”
On Facebook, she’s posted about the election. Some recent comments:
“Fun fact: early voting is absentee in person voting.”
“Not a single state in the union has certified their election. It’s easy to call something when you win bigly. Too close to call.”
Only a few old posts are still visible. She wrote in 2012, “🙂 How can I sleep with the threat of a nuclear Iran in the background and a German economic take over of the EU? lol. Ok, I’m going to bed.”