In an interview with WSB-TV on October 20, Bryan Tyson discusses some of the legal scenarios that could play out with this year’s election.
When it comes to voting in Georgia, Tyson explains that is critical for all precincts to stay open for all full twelve hours that they are supposed to be open. “So if a precinct opens late or if something happens during the day where voters are unable to vote, a judge can enter an order extending polling hours keeping that precinct open late,” said Tyson.
In an article published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on September 28, Bryan P. Tyson discusses how a problem with touchscreen voting computers that left off the names of some of the 21 candidates in a special election for the U.S. Senate will be fixed.
To learn more, read the Atlanta Journal-Constitution article here.
An article published by Law360 on September 10, 2020 discusses an evidentiary hearing before U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg regarding Georgia’s voting system and an attempt by plaintiffs to have the state replace its electronic ballot marking devices with hand-marked paper ballots.
Bryan P. Tyson, who represents the state, called the litigation an “attempt to undermine the public confidence in, and the legitimacy of, the state’s elections.”