Georgia: Stacey Abrams sues to force counties to accept rejected ballots

Georgia: Stacey Abrams sues to force counties to accept rejected ballots
Stacey Abrams (Image: Yahoo! News video screen grab)

[Ed. – All part of the exciting process of mob-negotiating the vote.]

Abrams, who has not conceded to Kemp despite him gaining 50.3 percent of the vote with 100 percent of precincts reporting as of Monday afternoon, filed a lawsuit Sunday to block two counties from rejecting provisional and absentee ballots with slight errors, the Washington Post reported.

The lawsuit also calls for county officials to accept provisional ballots from voters who have not updated their current addresses when registering to vote, and seeks to extend the deadline for certifying election results to Wednesday.

The lawsuit also asks county officials to count provisional ballots from voters who have changed addresses but not updated their voter registration and seeks an extended deadline to certify the election results.

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