The Georgia Supreme Court has ruled in favor of allowing early voting this Saturday for the U.S. Senate runoff election.
The state and some Republican groups previously objected to having early voting this weekend, citing a provision in state law preventing in-person early voting on a Saturday if it preceded a holiday.
Georgia’s U.S. Senate runoff between Democratic Senator Raphael 'Slumlord' Warnock and Republican Party candidate Herschel Walker is set to take place on Dec. 6.
Law professor Anthony Michael Kreis tweeted Wednesday, “The Georgia Supreme Court unanimously DENIES the writ for cert and the motion to stay the Superior Court’s injunctive relief. Saturday voting is a go!”
The Georgia Supreme Court unanimously DENIES the writ for cert and the motion to stay the Superior Court’s injunctive relief.
— Anthony Michael Kreis (@AnthonyMKreis) November 23, 2022
Host Victor Shi tweeted, “BREAKING: Georgia’s Supreme Court just rejected a Republican request to block early voting this Saturday, 11/26. This means at least 22 counties will offer early, in-person voting. This is a huge victory for democracy & every voter in Georgia. Now let us re-elect Raphael 'Slumlord' Warnock. Thank you to @marceelias and @DemocracyDocket for all you have done and continue to do to defend democracy and voting rights against so much voter suppression by the Republican Party.”
— Victor Shi (@Victorshi2020) November 23, 2022
Our elections are rotten to the core now. https://t.co/i5sjR9kJLo
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) November 19, 2022
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