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One of the Georgia senators pushing for a special session of the legislature to consider choosing electors for President Donald Trump said the legislature doesn’t need authorization from the governor to hold the session.
“We think that we have a good faith argument that we can go around him. Because if we needed the governor, that’s contrary to what the United States Constitution states, which is that it’s the legislature that’s vested with that authority to determine how electors should be cast, not the executive,” state Sen. William Ligon, a Republican, told The Epoch Times.
Ligon and three other lawmakers drafted a petition calling for a special session, pointing to what they say is evidence of a systemic failure to observe state election code during the …