The Georgia Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that Georgia citizens, including voters, have the right to sue government officials who violate state law. This ruling puts the review of 147,000 ballots in Fulton County Georgia from the 2020 Election back in play.
Georgia’s Supreme Court, the highest court in the land for Georgia elections, ruled on Tuesday that citizens do have the right to sue their government officials when they violate state law. This ruling is consistent with nearly every ruling to date on this matter.
VoterGA’s Garland Favorito released a press release included above regarding the Supreme Court’s ruling and how it applies to one of its cases.
VoterGA’s case against Fulton County is greatly impacted by this ruling. In a court filing in December 2020, VoterGA requested based on a list of issues, that the court rule on the 2020 Election in Fulton County, in part, as follows:
In the exhibits to this filing, signed affidavits from multiple individuals were included that declared ballots switching from President Trump to Joe Biden at Fulton County during the days after the election and before the vote was certified. Others had similar stories of fraudulent activities occurring in Fulton County.
One woman provided an affidavit where she says she say ballots that appeared to be machine-made that all went to Joe Biden.
VoterGA has the right and standing to make the above requests of Fulton County. They now have the Georgia Supreme Court backing to support their requests.
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