The Georgia secretary of state is running in a tight primary against an election denier endorsed by the former president.
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Thousands of early ballots have been rejected because voters did not meet a new requirement to provide an identification number inside the return envelope.
Well-funded allies of the former president have gained audiences with top state officials to push for examinations of the vote, and local residents have bombarded election administrators with their own demands to investigate.
“Look, I like Brian,” Perdue said in a video released Monday morning. “This isn’t personal. It’s simple. He has failed all of us and cannot win in November.”
If they succeed, the former president and his backers could pull down some of the guardrails that prevented him from overturning President Biden’s victory, critics say.
John Hamercheck, president of the Lake County Board of Commissioners, spoke publicly for the first time about an incident that occurred inside his government office during the spring primary.
The incident, in which a private laptop was plugged into the government computer network inside the office of a Lake County commissioner, came the same month as a similar event in Mesa County, Colo., which is also under FBI investigation.