Gov. Kemp, Lt. Gov. Duncan say no to Georgia special session
ATLANTA, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – A special session of Georgia’s General Assembly requested by four Georgia Senators will not happen.
Governor Brian Kemp and Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan released a joint statement after turning down the request.
The document says that the special session is “not an option that is allowed under state or federal law.”
The Georgia General Assembly decided that the state’s presidential electors are determined by the winner of the popular vote in the 1960’s.
Therefore, changing the process that process after the November 3rd election is unconstitutional.