ATLANTA (AP) — Election officials in Georgia are investigating the residency of one of the biggest proponents of the claim that fraud cost Donald Trump his re-election. They’re trying to determine whether attorney Lin Wood already moved for good to South Carolina before voting in Georgia last fall. Wood announced his change of residency this week. He acknowledges buying property in South Carolina last April, and spending time in the state, but he says he considered himself a Georgia resident throughout 2020. He told The Associated Press on Wednesday that he voted in person in Georgia on Oct. 21 but didn’t vote again in the Senate runoffs in January.