Trump loyalists question hundreds of Georgia voters.

Officials in one Georgia county reported on Wednesday that they had verified the eligibility of between 15,000 and 20,000 voters .

VoterGA, an Atlanta suburb, is leading a voter challenge movement based on the erroneous premise that rampant fraud lost Donald Trump the 2020 election.


To far, VoterGA, backed by high-profile supporters of the ex-president, has challenged 37,000 voter registrations in a county with around 562,000 registered voters.


Gwinnett's elections board is struggling to keep up with the influx of questions because of the close contests for governor and U.S. senator throughout Georgia.

Supporters of equal voting rights say the campaign unfairly targets minority communities.That, according to VoterGA, is untrue.

On Wednesday, Gwinnett County Elections Supervisor Zach Manifold reported to the county's election board that a review of the challenges found that between 15,000 and 20,000 were eliminated.


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