24,000 Republicans who voted in the primaries didn’t vote in November, says Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
The aim is, at least in part, to get judges to block states from certifying their popular votes before key deadlines.
The order comes a day after Judge Emmet Sullivan chastised USPS officials for failing to do a check earlier this week.
Some 300,000 ballots remain a matter of dispute, as does their potential impact on the presidential election.
Since 2018, Georgia’s GOP secretary of state has quietly wiped away the voter registrations of 198,351 voters.
Voters are heading to the polls in an election shadowed by the threat of disease and disenfranchisement.
Millions of people who will have cast their vote before November 3 could help counter voter suppression efforts.
Rejected ballots could end up swinging close races.
The Supreme Court has already left open the possibility of invalidating late-arriving Pennsylvania ballots.
The Supreme Court barred Wisconsin from extending its Election Day deadline for the arrival of absentee ballots.