Judge rejects another election lawsuit by Georgia US senators

ATLANTA — A federal judge Friday rejected a request by Georgia’s two U.S. senators to segregate ballots cast by newly registered voters in the Jan. 5 runoff election. Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue and other plaintiffs said hundreds of people newly registered to vote in Georgia have previously voted in the November general election in another state. They said that potentially violated federal laws against double voting – a contention disputed by Georgia officials. The senators asked U.S. District Court Judge Lisa G. Wood to order election officials to segregate tens of thousa…

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