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Here’s Where the Warnock–Walker Race Stands After Early Voting Starts in Georgia Runoff

By Jack Phillips More than 180,000 voters cast their ballots during early voting in the Georgia Senate runoff election between Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) and Republican candidate Herschel Walker, according to state election data. About 69,297 Georgians turned out to vote on Nov. 26, the first day of early voting in the state after several courts ruled against a state […]

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Uncounted Votes on Overlooked Memory Card Flip Election in Georgia

By Jack Phillips An overlooked memory card in Cobb County, Georgia, with uncounted ballots changed the final results of a special election, officials have said. The county’s Board of Elections and Registration voted to recertify the results of the Nov. 8 Kennesaw City Council special election during a Nov. 18 meeting, according to a statement. “The recertification […]

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Judge Throws Out Lawsuit by Stacey Abrams’s PAC Over 2018 Georgia Governor’s Election

By Caden Pearson A federal judge on Friday threw out a lawsuit filed by Stacey Abrams challenging Georgia’s election system after she lost the 2018 gubernatorial race to Republican Gov. Brian Kemp. The lawsuit, which sought to change how the state administers elections, was filed around four years ago by Fair Fight Georgia, a political action committee established by […]

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Georgia Secretary of State GOP Primary Could Hinge on Voter Knowledge of Trump Endorsement

By Nanette Holt Undecided voters and an endorsement from former President Donald Trump could tip the results in Tuesday’s primary elections for secretary of state, recent polls suggest. Researchers with Survey USA found that 60 percent of those planning to vote in the Democratic primary still hadn’t made up their minds about a favorite. So a clear leader […]

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Georgia’s Record-Breaking Early Voting Turnout Defies ‘Voter Suppression’ Accusations

By Tom Ozimek Early voting in Georgia broke records this week despite last year’s adoption of election integrity measures that critics derided as “voter suppression” and President Joe Biden called a “blatant attack” on the Constitution and compared to a Jim Crow-era relic. More than 710,000 people had voted early in Georgia’s primary election as of May 19, according to the […]

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Georgia Among States Advancing Investigations Into Alleged Drop Box Ballot Trafficking: True the Vote Founder

By Masooma Haq and Roman Balmakov Catherine Engelbrecht, founder of True The Vote, said the goal of the organization is to present their findings to authorities and advance state-specific investigations into the alleged widespread ballot harvesting that they uncovered during their two-year-long inquiry. Most recently, Georgia has advanced an investigation into this issue. “There’s also […]

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1,634 Non-Citizens Under Investigation for Attempting to Register to Vote in Georgia

By Steven Kovac Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has referred 1,634 cases of non-citizens attempting to register to vote for investigation and potential prosecution. Attempting to register to vote while knowingly being ineligible is a violation of Georgia law. A citizenship audit conducted by Raffensperger over the past few weeks, which he claims was […]

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Judge: 2020 Election Records in Key Georgia County Must Be Preserved Indefinitely

By Jack Phillips A Georgia judge ordered that Fulton County must preserve its 2020 election records indefinitely until further notice, handing a victory to a GOP gubernatorial candidate. “The court finds it appropriate to include an additional layer of security by ordering that the records and information … are maintained by the Clerk of Court indefinitely until […]

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Georgia Secretary of State Calls for Release of ‘Secret Report’ on Dominion Voting Machines

By Zachary Stieber Georgia’s secretary of state has joined plaintiffs in lawsuit filed against him in calling for the release of a report that analyzes Dominion Voting Systems equipment. The report, completed by J. Alex Halderman, director of the University of Michigan Center for Computer Security and Society, was filed under seal in Curling v. Raffensperger, a federal […]

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Georgia Begins Probe of Illegal 2020 Ballot Harvesting

By Matthew Vadum State officials in Georgia are now investigating allegations that ballot harvesting–a practice that is unlawful in the state—was used widely during the November 2020 general election and the U.S. Senate runoff elections that followed two months later. The allegations originated from good-government group True the Vote, which promises to release other information on voting irregularities […]

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Georgia Tries to Be Less Taxing

By Gregory Bresiger Georgia, with its strong economic recovery from the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic, may become the 10th state without a state an income tax. A former national leader residing in Georgia says the state income tax must go. “The time has come to abolish the Georgia state income tax,” writes Newt Gingrich, a former U.S. […]