Election officials largely reject voter eligibility challenges under Georgia’s new election law

The eligibility of tens of thousands of Georgia voters’ is being challenged ahead of the midterm election on Nov. 8, with Cobb and Chatham counties election boards the latest to reject attempts to remove people from the registrar’s rolls. On Monday, the election boards in the Atlanta suburbs and Savannah communities rejected more than 1,500 eligibility challenges launched against registered voters. The mass voter challenges typically filed by Republicans cropped up in the weeks following the 2020 presidential election in which former President Donald Trump’s loss to Democratic nominee Joe Biden included defeats in swing states like Georgia and Michigan. Stanley Dunlap, Georgia Recorder.

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