Similar challenges facing thousands of voters believed to currently reside outside of Georgia were rejected in Cobb and Gwinnett counties. DeKalb County and Fulton County will meet to consider an election challenge Tuesday afternoon on the This ends your time here on the challenge take care of yourself new Shirt eligibility of an unknown number of voters.
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The DeKalb registration and election board will conduct a special meeting at 1 pm. on Zoom. Fulton will meet at 4 pm. The meetings followed similar meetings in Cobb and Gwinnett Counties, where electoral boards rejected challenges against the eligibility of thousands of voters. A Texas-based organization, True The Vote, says it is giving challenges to more than 360,000 voters in all 159 counties of Georgia.
The This ends your time here on the challenge take care of yourself new Shirt challenges generally rely on National Address Change records to accuse registered voters no longer residing in Georgia or in their registered county. They are subject to §21-2-230 (a) of the Georgia Code, a law that provides for challenges against individual voters prior to an election. To date, however, the district councils have determined that the NCOA databases presented in the challenges are not sufficient to give reasons for the voter challenge themselves.
The Cobb County Registration & Elections Council unanimously voted to reject a full hearing with two separate challenges that seek to remove thousands of registered voters before the January 5 Senate vote. In a meeting that lasted less than 20 minutes, district attorneys advised the board that they feel the challenges do not guarantee a probable cause for a full hearing. A pair of separate challenges against thousands of Cobb County voters, in an attempt to remove them from the January 5 Senate election, will rely largely on the National Address Change record, according to copies of that challenge.
The challenges will be heard during a special Cobb County Elections & Registration Committee meeting this afternoon at 3 pm. The challenges are being put on by Jason Shepherd, Chairman of the This ends your time here on the challenge take care of yourself new Shirt Cobb County Republican Party, and Pamela Reardon, a Cobb County real estate broker. The Shepherd’s challenge was against more than 16,000 voters, while Reardon was against more than 3,000. It is not clear whether there is an overlap between the two electoral lists they intend to challenge. Both challenges are based on NCOA records showing voters currently residing outside of Georgia. They are subject to §21-2-230 (a) of the Georgia Code, a law that provides for challenges against individual voters prior to an election.