Gasaway’s attorney, Jake Evans, said Sunday he was reviewing his client’s next steps.
“Two votes is a small margin and virtually any irregularity makes a material difference,” said Evans. “In the end, we just want a fair election.”
It’s the last unsettled state Georgia election after a grueling cycle that included 10 days of confusion over the outcome of the race for governor and a four-week sprint to a runoff that left Republicans in control of every statewide office.
The election do-over played a prominent role in the contest between Stacey Abrams and Brian Kemp. The Democrat frequently invoked the redo as she argued that Republicans also had reason to be concerned about the state’s elections policies with Kemp as secretary of state.