A judge in Georgia ruled on Monday that two counties in the state cannot invalidate vote registration based on unverified address data changes.
Judge Leslie Abrams Gardner of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of Georgia wrote in the order: “The defendant is prohibited from removing Ben Hill from the registration list based on the change of address in his country. All controversial voters in Muskogee County.” Reuters
Abrams Gardner is the sister of the former Democratic governor, governor and voting rights activist Stacey Abrams.
Based on unreliable address data changes described by local election officials, the two counties tried to remove thousands of voters from the list.The vast majority of them consist of Muscogee County 4000, whose president-elect Joe Biden In November, he received a large bonus, and Benshan received another 150 pounds.
This lawsuit was filed by the Democratic Prosecutor, a legal organization led by the Democratic Party’s governing lawyers.
Attorney Marc Elias said: “We will continue to monitor the response of other Georgia counties to the crackdown plan.” “When necessary, we will file a lawsuit and we will win.”
One voter presented an initial challenge to the voter register. He told Muskogee officials that he had obtained publicly available voting data and accused some voters of moving out of Georgia.
Before the Senate runoff election on January 5, the state had already voted by more than 2 million people, and the contest will determine control of the U.S. Senate.
All President TrumpDonald Trump Trump called for an end to the “global religious persecution” on the 850th anniversary of Thomas Becket’s death, and Michael Cohen’s interview raised questions.More Biden and Biden have held rallies in Georgia in recent weeks to urge their supporters to attend again and help their party control the upper house.