Oh yes! After an organization filed a legal challenge that some parts of the law invalidated, a judge from Georgia has very clearly denied all of these allegations and false claims!
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According to the Epoch Times,
“The Coalition for Good Governance, a left-leaning group that describes itself as an election security group, opposed the Election Integrity Act of 2021’s provision that voters request absentee ballots at least 11 days ahead of Election Day. The suit also asked the court to intervene to rescind restrictions on election observers.
But U.S. District Judge J.P. Boulee, in ruling against the petition, said he wouldn’t “change the law in the ninth inning” in reference to ongoing runoff elections for seats in the Georgia state House.
“Election administrators have prepared to implement the challenged rules, have implemented them at least to some extent and now would have to grapple with a different set of rules in the middle of the election,” Boulee wrote in an 11-page order. “The risk of disrupting the administration of an ongoing election … outweigh the alleged harm to plaintiffs at this time.”
This case is separate from litigation filed last month by the Department of Justice (DOJ) that opposes key provisions of the law, including voter identification requirements, drop-box limits, provisional ballot rejections, and others. The DOJ, along with top state and federal Democrats, have argued the law is an effort to suppress voter turnout rates among minority groups, while Republicans have said it would safeguard future elections in the Peach State.
Marilyn Marks, executive director of the Coalition for Good Governance, said her group will file more legal challenges to block enforcement of the law’s provisions before special and municipal elections in Georgia this fall.”