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In Georgia, anyone can challenge a voter’s eligibility. Conspiracy theorists have used this to swamp election officials with unfounded challenges in order to cause chaos and try to remove voters from the voter roll. Check your registration status today and ensure you haven’t been targeted.

John Lewis mural, Auburn Ave, Atlanta GA
African American college student


All Voting Georgia drove a multi-county strategy against conspiracy theorists’ attacks on local election offices and on voters. Since 2020, election deniers in Georgia have brought tens of thousands of mass challenges to voters’ eligibility, and they have attacked election systems, including machine tabulation of ballots and Georgia’s involvement in the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC), a nonprofit that helps states maintain their voter rolls.

Our staff testified in multiple counties and at a state election board meeting against the adoption of hand counting and the use of EagleAI, a system that relies on inaccurate data to review voter rolls and catalyze baseless challenges of voter eligibility. We leveraged our monitoring of a hand count in Spalding County in the 2023 election to provide a first-hand look to the media and our partners of this error-prone process – popular among conspiracy theorists across the country – which we continue to deploy to counter this tactic in the Peach State and across our states.


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