Election ‘fraud’ claims, voting rights take center stage in Georgia primary race for Secretary of State

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Key Points
  • Three Republicans are challenging the incumbent secretary of state Brad Raffensperger in the GOP primary.
  • Five Democrats are vying to be their party's contender in the November general election.
  • Election integrity and voting rights have dominated debates.
The Gist Voting rights and the integrity of Georgia’s elections, not unexpectedly, have become central themes of this year’s race for secretary of state, with three Republicans challenging the incumbent and five Democrats hoping to flip one of the state’s most important offices.  What’s Happening Incumbent Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger faces primary challenges ...

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