The Georgia State Election Board voted on Aug. 18 to appoint a bipartisan panel to review the management of elections in Fulton County, an inquiry that could lead to the replacement of the county’s election board by a state board-appointed interim superintendent.
The inquiry is the first of its kind under the election law Georgia Republicans passed in the aftermath of the 2020 elections. The law authorized the state’s election board to audit the management of elections in any county at the request of local state lawmakers.
The state board appointed Stephen Day, a Democratic appointee on the Gwinnett County election board; Ricky Kittle, a Republican appointee on the Catoosa County election board; and Ryan Germany, general counsel for Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, to the panel...
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