Lawsuit over long election lines in Georgia dismissed, with a warning

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit alleging that metro Atlanta’s four largest counties failed to provide enough polling places, voting machines and staff during the 2018 election, resulting in lines longer than three hours in some precincts. U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg ruled Wednesday that the plaintiffs, an organization called Georgia Shift and several voters, didn’t show how the court should intervene beyond ordering election officials to comply with the law. Mark Niesse, The Atlanta Journal Constitution.

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