Activists intend to study the ballots of early voters in Atlanta.
On Friday, a Georgia judge ordered the opening of more than 145,000 sealed ballots used in early voting in the US presidential election in Fulton County in Atlanta.
The court’s decision emphasizes that members of the initiative group challenging the results of the presidential election have the right to inspect personally the original ballots.
Thus, the American court for the second time opened the activists challenging Joe Biden’s victory in the presidential election, access to the ballots of the voters who voted.
Earlier, the Republican-controlled Arizona Senate ordered an audit of about 2.1 million ballots in Maricopa County, home to nearly two-thirds of the state’s population. Recall that former US President Donald Trump and his allies spent two months contesting their election defeat. Because of numerous recounts and proceedings in the US courts, the Trump campaign’s claims that the election was “stolen” were called baseless.