“As expected, the left didn’t wait long to try and stop our efforts to ensure a free and fair election in the Georgia runoffs,” True the Vote said in a press release. “Our work here in Georgia is only the beginning of our efforts nationwide to restore faith and confidence in our election system.”
At least two county election boards have found probable cause to move forward with the voter challenges, Forsyth and Muscogee. Challenged voters in those counties will have to cast provisional ballots that wouldn’t be counted unless local election officials verify their residency.
Other counties have rejected the mass voter challenges, including Athens-Clarke, Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton and Gwinnett counties.