COVID-Related Election Litigation Tracker

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This database consolidates and tracks litigation concerning the effect of the pandemic on election law. The purpose of this tool is to provide an interactive list of relevant cases that can be searched by issue, court, status, and jurisdiction.

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Daugherty v. Fulton


Daugherty v. Fulton, No. 2021CV344953 (Ga. Super. Ct., Fulton Cnty.)

  Case Summary Contestant, a Georgia voter, alleges a range of fraud. Contestant alleges the secretary of state certified "patently inaccurate" results, that Texas rejected the Dominion voting system used in Georgia, that county audits weren't composed of the proper parties, and that there were fraudulent ballots without creases or on different paper. Contestant requests the court invalidate the senate elections.
Filed 01/25/2021
State Georgia
Type of Court State
Status Active
Last Updated 06/06/2021
Issue Tag(s) Vote-by-Mail (Claim that Mail Voting Leads to Fraud and/or Vote Dilution)
Challenge to Voting Machinery/Hardware/Software
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