Democracy’s big week: lawsuits, legislations, and looking ahead
For the political junkies and disciples of democracy, this is the week that counts.
Two key voting rights-related battles are unfolding: one in Georgia, one in Congress.
Georgia’s case centers around the validity of 147,000 absentee ballots cast in Fulton County during last November’s presidential election. Nine Georgia voters sued to have the ballots examined based on what the lead plaintiff said: “was evidence of potential counterfeit ballot.”