Hearing To Be Held Wednesday In Legal Effort To Ban Dominion Technology From Georgia
A citizen election integrity group has filed a complaint to ban the Dominion Voting Machines’ Democracy Suite 5.5 voting system in the state of Georgia, and on Wednesday December 15 that complaint will have a formal motions hearing. VoterGA has sued the state of Georgia. The state of Georgia has retained Georgia assistant attorney general Charlene Swartz, also known as Charlene Swartz McGowan, as its lawyer. The motions hearing will take place virtually via Zoom courtesy of Fulton County Superior Court at 11 AM on December 15, 2021.
“A complaint filed by VoterGA and Rep. Philip Singleton against the state of Georgia to ban the Dominion Democracy Suite 5.5 System will have a motions hearing,” stated the nonpartisan nonprofit citizen election integrity group VoterGA, which added, “The U.S. District Court has already ruled that the voting system does not comply with Georgia laws.”