Leftist Activists Sue Georgia Secretary of State to Stop Citizenship Verification

At the same time federal courts in Ohio are ordering Ohio’s Secretary of State to verify the registrations of newly registered voters in Ohio, leftwing activists in Georgia are suing Georgia’s Secretary of State, Karen Handel, to stop her verifying records.

As Maggie Thurber notes about the Ohio situation:

The ruling from U.S. District Court Judge George C. Smith called the identification breakdown “a serious problem” and ordered Brunner to immediately comply with federal requirements to match voter registration data with the information in the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles and Social Security Administration databases. The court accused Brunner of failing to provide county election administrators with “an effective way to access and review mismatches.” She immediately appealed the ruling.

Notwithstanding federal law, the ACLU, the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, the New York-Based Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and Atlanta attorney Brian Spears have found a guy in Georgia to use as a plaintiff to enable wholescale voter fraud in Georgia.

The suit, filed in U.S. District Court in Atlanta, seeks to halt the state’s attempts to verify the identities and citizenship of registered voters so close to the Nov. 4 election. Attorneys for the plaintiff, Jose Morales, also want the suit to become a class action.