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Georgia Absentees

A Georgia voter sued his state’s elections chief in federal court Friday, claiming the elections board unilaterally and without authority changed the way absentee votes are handled and therefore said votes should not be counted.

ATLANTA — A Georgia voter sued his state’s elections chief in federal court Friday, claiming the elections board unilaterally and without authority changed the way absentee votes are handled and therefore said votes should not be counted.

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