Jason Snead, Executive Director of Honest Elections Project:
 “Tonight’s court ruling in Georgia is a case study in judicial activism. Left-wing lawyer Marc Elias and Georgia Democrats invited the court to twist state law for political gain. Georgia law is crystal clear: voting cannot take place on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Election workers deserve time with their families, and the people of Georgia deserve elections that follow the law. That’s why the Honest Elections Project filed a brief in this case arguing that Georgia law plainly applies to the Senate runoff. Rewriting the law in Georgia at the last minute creates a slew of complications that further distorts elections, confuses voters, and create unequal voting opportunities across Georgia. Tonight’s court ruling doesn’t change what this case really is: Marc Elias’s latest anti-democracy effort to rewrite election law for partisan gain.”