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Georgia governor’s race tests Trump’s stolen-election claims

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By Alexandra Ulmer (Reuters) – Since announcing his candidacy for the Georgia governorship earlier this month, Republican David Perdue has wasted no time in releasing ads that revive former President Donald Trump’s false voter fraud claims and filing a lawsuit seeking to inspect absentee ballots from the 2020 presidential election. The former U.S. senator’s focus on election integrity will provide an early litmus test in the 2022 midterm contests for how such messaging resonates with voters in the post-Trump era. Republicans across the country have enacted new curbs on voting access and sought…

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