A Georgia judge declined Tuesday to intervene in Georgia’s voter registration process, letting stand existing measures by state and local election officials to help applicants ahead of the Nov. 4 election.


The national Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights filed the suit Oct. 10, alleging tens of thousands of voters who it believes registered properly have been lost in the system.


One thought on “Georgia judge declines to intervene in ‘missing’ voters lawsuit

  1. I was very upset when I heard this the other day. In close races those missing voters could have easily moved the election the other way. The GOP knows that, so they want them to stay missing.

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