If you think you’ve found proof of election fraud in Georgia, you’re not alone.
A state judge has temporarily halted a presidential runoff election in the state, which is also being contested in the Senate, and it is now possible for candidates to claim a ballot count.
According to the Associated Press, Judge Thomas B. Rucker has issued a preliminary injunction that blocks the Georgia Republican Party from using the ballot count to disqualify any candidate for the presidency.
“It’s not enough for me to have some of the votes come back and say, ‘That’s not me,'” said state Sen. J.D. Dunlap (R).
“The votes have to come back.”
In Georgia, voters have a chance to change the outcome of the general election by casting their ballots in person at a polling station.
According to the AP, about 1.2 million Georgia voters cast their ballots on Sunday.
Georgia’s election commission said in a statement that it is reviewing the judge’s order and would respond to it as soon as possible.
Rucker’s order has not yet been issued.
In a tweet, Georgia Republican Chairman David Price said the state’s elections chief should have waited to issue the injunction until he had spoken with Georgia Attorney General Curtis Hill, who was a lawyer for the Georgia Democratic Party.
“We are going to see what happens, but he’s been very clear he needs to talk to the attorney general,” Price said.