The Georgia Supreme Court has decided to allow early voting in the US Senate runoff this Saturday.
The state and some Republican groups had previously objected to early voting this weekend, citing a provision in state law that prohibits early voting in person on a Saturday before a holiday.
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The Georgia US Senate runoff between Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and GOP nominee Herschel Walker is scheduled for December 6.
The Higher Regional Court issued a one-sentence decision to allow early voting without comment.
The Warnock campaign has argued that the provision did not apply to statewide runoffs.
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Georgia Supreme Court ruling upholds a lower court’s approval of early voting provisions.
Fulton County Superior Court Judge Thomas A. Cox Jr. made the decision after hearing arguments Friday FOX 5.
Warnock’s campaign, the Democratic Party of Georgia, and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee sued the state of Georgia, arguing that Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger “misreads” and “cherries picks” the state’s. electoral law.
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In a statement following the lower court’s decision, Raffensperger said Warnock and the Democrats are trying to change election laws in the state.
“Senator Warnock and his Democratic Party allies are trying to change Georgia’s law right before an election based on their political preferences,” Raffensperger said. “Rather than muddy the waters and pressure counties to ignore Georgia law, Senator Warnock should allow county election officials to continue preparations for the upcoming runoff.”
Fox News’ Adam Sabes contributed to this report.