Georgia voting rights trial to begin after years of heated elections
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ATLANTA — One of the most prominent voting rights cases in years is going to trial Monday, testing allegations that Georgia's election policies illegally obstructed voters from casting their ballots. The long-awaited trial will highlight complaints about voting problems in the 2018 and 2020 elections, bringing a parade of voters and election officials to federal court to testify under oath about their experiences. The case has been building for three-and-a-half years since it was filed by Fair Fight Action, a group Democrat Stacey Abrams founded following her loss to Republican Brian Kemp in t...