GOP Asks Georgia’s Highest Court To Limit Early Voting In Senate Runoff

GOP Asks Georgia’s Highest Court To Limit Early Voting In Senate Runoff


GOP groups have requested that Georgia’s Supreme Court prohibit early voting this Saturday in the state’s runoff Senate election, arguing that state law dictates that early voting can’t take place on that day because it follows the Thanksgiving holiday.

The Georgia Republican Party, the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and the Republican National Committee filed an appeal with the state’s Supreme Court after an appeals court rejected a similar request from Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, according to the Associated Press. The Georgia Court of Appeals dismissed Raffensperger’s request on Monday.

Raffensperger argued, and the GOP groups maintain, that state law prohibits early voting on Saturday if a holiday falls on either of the two days before. Thursday, Thanksgiving, and Friday are both recognized holidays. This coming

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