This story is from Cyberscoop by Tim Starks:
Legal battles with election security implications raged across the country over the holiday weekend, even with early voting well underway at historic levels in many states.
In no state did those two things coincide more than in Georgia. Peach State voters amassed in lines marked by reports of 10-hour waits on Tuesday, following two key court rulings.
Northern District of Georgia Judge Amy Totenberg on Sunday denied a bid to scuttle touch screen voting machines over cybersecurity vulnerabilities. On Monday, she also denied a request to require a specific number of emergency ballots to be on hand at Georgia polling sites.
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