Attempt to prevent newly registered voters from participating in senate runoff elections

Published December 19, 2020

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MSN interviewed James Gardner in an article about the Georgia Republican Party’s attempt to prevent newly registered voters from participating in their Senate runoff elections. Gardner said: “It is possible that Georgia’s unusual use and timing of runoff elections might make it theoretically possible for someone to legally vote for senator in one state and then also legally vote for senator in Georgia, and perhaps as a matter of policy Georgia shouldn’t make that possible, but I see no reason to think federal law prohibits states from exercising their discretion in this way.” 

 

 

 

 

 

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