Fair Fight Action CEO Lauren Groh-Wargo said the motion to dismiss the lawsuit shows that the government "continues to pretend they are not culpable of disenfranchisement."
“There is no denying that our state’s recent elections have been marred by voter suppression and election mismanagement,” said Groh-Wargo, who was Abrams’ campaign manager. “Our lawsuit will lay out compelling and irrefutable evidence of an interlocking system of voter suppression.”
But attorneys for Raffensperger wrote that any changes to election laws should be made by the Georgia General Assembly, not by the courts.
“Put simply, plaintiffs seek to enact their preferred policies not through state government or the Legislature, but through the federal judiciary,” according to the motion to dismiss the case.