[Ed. – With over 2.1 million votes already case before Christmas, whyever not? Seemingly because state officials expect to be in litigation for weeks. This is no way for us to govern ourselves. Not acceptable. I’d rather be governed by Trump, Pence, and the first 2,000 names in the Boston phone book. In fact, let’s do that while we hold a Constitutional convention, delegates selected by me (OK, OK — POTUS, Texas, and Florida can choose some too), and undo the last century of atrocious lawmaking.]
Election officials in Georgia are gearing up for the possibility that next month’s Senate runoff elections may spend weeks in litigation before a final winner is determined.
The state has become closely divided in recent years and both Democrats and Republicans expect the results to be razor-thin.
President Trump lost the state in the 2020 presidential election by around 12,000 votes. The president has refused to concede, saying he was the victim of widespread voter fraud — allegations GOP officials in the state say are baseless.