Questions emerge on whether Judge Abrams Gardner should have recused herself from the case given her sister’s high-profile presence in the twin Senate run-off elections

With the all-important twin US Senate run-off elections just days away, a federal judge related to political activist and failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams has issued a ruling that prevents election authorities in two counties from purging ineligible voters from the rolls.

Election authorities in Georgia’s Ben Hill and Muscogee counties ruled earlier this month that challenges to legitimacy of thousands of registered voters in those counties were valid.

The challenges employed change of address applications filed by the voters in question through the US Postal Service’s National Change of Address database, indicating that some voters had moved to a different county or state.

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