A federal judge who is the sister of spurned Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is blocking two Georgia counties from purging ineligible voters from their rolls in the runup to the January Senate runoff election, raising questions as to her impartiality in the case. Judge Leslie Abrams Gardner ruled that two counties cannot remove thousands of voters who have filed a change of address with the US Postal Service on Monday night, with liberal Democrat groups arguing that the registrations should be preserved even after their former holders have officially changed their addresses to locations outside of Georgia.
The overwhelming majority of voter registrations that Abrams is blocking from being annulled are located in a a county that Joe Biden won overwhelmingly in November. 4,000 outdated voter registrations in Muscogee County will now be accepted as valid in the runoff election, should those registered with them vote. A much smaller pool of 150 registrations in pro-Trump Ben Hill County will be also remain in place. Both counties had previously agreed to purge their voter rolls of voters who submitted change of address documentation with the Postal Service.
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