Judge Who Is Stacey Abrams’ Sister Blocks Challenges to Voter Eligibility in Two Counties Ahead of Senate Runoff

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by Hannah Bleau

Judge Leslie Abrams Gardner, a federal judge in Georgia and sister of failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, effectively blocked challenges to voter eligibility in two Georgia counties ahead of the January 5 Senate runoff.

Gardner on Monday ruled in favor of Majority Forward, the nonprofit organization of former Clinton campaign attorney Marc Elias, who remains at the helm of many of the voting challenges seeded throughout the U.S. He contended that Republicans tried to “disenfranchise” thousands of voters, particularly 4,000 in two Georgia counties — Muscogee County and Ben Hill County — based on groundless “change-of-address” data.

A voter named Ralph Russell brought forth the challenge in mid-December, alleging that he “had compared evidence from publicly accessible voter registration databases to prove that these voters had moved out of Georgia,” per Politico. Read the rest HERE.

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2 Responses to Judge Who Is Stacey Abrams’ Sister Blocks Challenges to Voter Eligibility in Two Counties Ahead of Senate Runoff

  1. The Flash says:

    And, once again, this surprises anyone? Like many others, I’ve been watching a trend here – if Democrats can’t win on the merits, they’ll intimidate and if that doesn’t work, they’ll cheat.

  2. Pingback: Georgia Runoff: Stacey Abrams’ Sister Caves and Reverses Course on Voter Roll Order | Common Sense Post

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