In Georgia, Now Stacey Abrams Wants a Federal Judge to Change the Election Rules

Abrams' continued efforts have nothing to do with her own chances and everything to do with another race.

It is a long held rule in state elections that a person votes in his own precinct. Within counties, in some states, if a…

In Georgia, as in pretty much every other state, a person must vote in their own county. Stacey Abrams, the Democrat's nominee for Georgia Governor, has filed a lawsuit asking a federal judge to allow voters to cast votes outside the counties in which they are registered. She argues that as long as they are Georgia voters, the statewide races would be on the ballot in every county.

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