Herschel Walker has been accused of committing "election fraud" following reports he received a primary residence tax exemption for his home in Dallas, Texas, whilst running for the Senate in Georgia.
Analysis of tax records by CNN showed Walker got a homestead tax exemption for a property in Dallas this year, saving him around $1,500.
This was claimed despite Walker registering to vote in Georgia in 2021, ahead of his Senate bid.
Arguably by listing a property in Dallas as his "principal residence" Walker made the property his "place of residence" under Georgia state law.
In a message to his 304,000 Twitter followers Eric Garland, a political consultant, said: "Herschel Walker claimed on financial documents that he's a resident of Texas, not Georgia.
BREAKING: Herschel Walker claimed on financial documents that he’s a resident of Texas, not Georgia.
Healy Baumgardner, a conservative operative who worked on Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, tweeted: "Talk about election fraud Herschel Walker – wowzer.". »