The Georgia state capitol peeks out from behind the trees in Atlanta Georgia.
Credit: Stephen Fowler, GPB News

Monday on Political Rewind, Georgia’s voting precincts might be required to have paper copies of voter registration and other info on hand in the upcoming election, according to a federal judge.

U.S. District Court judge Amy Totenberg is considering a case filed by election security activists challenging Georgia’s new voting system. Plaintiffs in the case want her to take more dramatic action – replacing the new computers with paper balloting.

That, plus the latest Election 2020 news.


Jim Galloway — Lead Political Writer, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Dr. Audrey Haynes — Professor of Political Science, University of Georgia

Patricia Murphy — Syndicated Columnist, Writer at Roll Call

Dr. Kurt Young — Political Science Professor, Clark Atlanta University