Georgia Gov. and Lt. Gov Reject Calls for Special Session

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In a joint state­ment, they called the sug­gest­ed move to man­u­al­ly install elec­tors for Don­ald Trump would be unconstitutional.

ATLANTA — Two of Geor­gia’s high­est-rank­ing elect­ed offi­cials have released a joint state­ment as they face calls to bring the gen­er­al assem­bly back into ses­sion over elec­tion concerns. 

The rel­a­tive­ly short state­ment from Gov. Bri­an Kemp and Lt. Gov. Geoff Dun­can lays bare the fact that they will not call a spe­cial ses­sion to change the state’s process for select­ing elec­tors for the elec­toral college. 

“While we under­stand four mem­bers of the Geor­gia Sen­ate are request­ing the con­ven­ing of a spe­cial ses­sion of the Gen­er­al Assem­bly, doing this in order to select a sep­a­rate slate of pres­i­den­tial elec­tors is not an option that is allowed under state or fed­er­al law,” the statement …

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