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And in Georgia, Priorities USA has joined the DCCC, the DSCC and the state Democratic party in asking judges to require counties to tell voters when their signatures do not match and their ballots are rejected.“If you look at the nature of the cases we’ve been involved in in the past, the issues we are challenging can impact anyone,” said Aneesa McMillan, who directs voting rights programs at Priorities USA. The Michigan lawsuit “is yet another example of liberals trying to strip away election security measures for their own benefit,” said Laura Cox, who heads the Michigan Republican Party.“If it were successful, it could open the door to massive voter fraud in our state and call the legitimacy of Michigan’s absentee ballots into question,” Cox said.But Democrats counter that absentee ballot fraud is so rare that it almost never takes place, and that signature matching laws are far more likely to exclude legitimately cast votes.“Signature matching has very little if any science behind it, and none when you’re talking about lay people matching signatures at the end of a long day administering elections,” Elias said in an interview.

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