Georgia prosecutor opens investigation into Trump’s call to ‘find’ ballots

The district attorney of Georgia’s largest county is opening an investigation into former President Donald Trump over the January phone call in which the then-president pressured the Georgia secretary of state to “find” votes for him.

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Dominion Voting System sues Giuliani over election claims

Dominion’s lawsuit, filed in federal court in the District of Columbia, is among the first major signs of fallout for the former president’s allies and the failed effort to subvert the 2020 election that ended with a riot at the U.S. Capitol by a pro-Trump mob convinced the election had been stolen.

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Trump Interference Draws Rebuke in Georgia on Eve of Election

ATLANTA — On the eve of Georgia’s high-stakes Senate runoffs, a top state election official on Monday delivered a stinging condemnation of President Trump over his false claims of voter fraud, and issued an emotional appeal to Georgians to ignore the president’s disinformation and cast their ballots on Tuesday in a race that will determine control of the Senate.

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Early and youth voting in Georgia runoff is freaking out Republicans, and that’s good

The story of Georgia’s early vote has Republicans freaking out. “We’re fully aware of the energy on the other side, and think we’ve been reminded about that,” Dale Washburn, a Republican state legislator told Republicans at a rally for Kelly Loeffler. “We know demographics have changed in recent years. And if our side hasn’t been aware of that, they’re rapidly becoming aware of that.”

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Democrats shatter fundraising records ahead of Georgia Senate runoffs

The fundraising advantage for Democrats has given their candidates a massive advantage in TV advertising. Ossoff has already spent $67 million on TV since the November election, compared to $34 million for Perdue, according to data from AdImpact. Warnock has spent $53 million so far, compared to $36 million for Loeffler. Both Democrats also have more booked for the final two weeks of the race.

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Washington Post: It’s over. When the electoral college announces Biden’s win, Republicans must move on.

Washington Post Opinion: Once the electoral college has elected Biden president, the undeniable truth is that Biden is “president-elect.” The nation should move on in recognition of this basic fact.

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Trump won’t move on even as those around him are

Trump has grown frustrated at the lack of support, summoning those with “courage” this week to stand up for him as he seeks to topple the election results. Privately, Trump has complained relentlessly over the past weeks that Republicans haven’t demonstrated sufficient support, and has vowed to punish those he views as disloyal.

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Georgia Lt. Gov: No Special Session To Overturn Biden Win, Despite Trump’s Efforts

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) has no plans to call a special session of the state legislature to overturn Joe Biden’s election win, despite President Donald Trump’s efforts to convince him to do so, Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan said Sunday.

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