Georgia Ballot Access Case
Green Party et al v. Kemp is a federal lawsuit seeking to provide fairer and more equal ballot access for Presidential candidates The 2012 federal case was originally dismissed by Judge Richard Story however, the U.S. Court of Appeals remanded the case back to him after ruling on appeal that he applied the wrong standard. In 2016 Judge Story rule in favor of the Plaintffs and reduced the ballot access requirements for the Presidential race by about 85% from roughly 52,000 to 7.500 verified signatures requred for a candidate’s name to be placed on the ballot. Secertary Kemp has stated that he will appeal the decision.
2016 U.S. Court Deccision to Reduce Requirements
2014 U.S. Court of Appeals Reversal
2012 Order to Dismiss
Georgia Unverifiable Voting Case
VOTER GA has initiated or assisted in legal action to reform Georgia’s elections laws and regulations. in support of verifiable voting for all Georgia citizens and equal ballot access for all Georgia candidates. Our legal actions as plaintiffs in our 13 point verifiable voting lawsuit and as appellants in our Georgia Supreme Court appeal on Constitutional grounds are shown here in chronological order from newest to oldest: