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Congratulations to Senator-Elect Jon Ossoff

Jon Ossoff has defeated incumbent Senator David Perdue in a hard-fought campaign. Mr. Ossoff will join fellow Georgia Democrat and Senator-Elect Reverend Raphael Warnock in federal office. Krevolin & Horst represents and advises Mr. Ossoff’s campaign committee, Jon Ossoff for Senate. We congratulate Senator-Elect Jon Ossoff on his extraordinary victory in the runoff election and […]


KH attorneys lead fight in Georgia to protect certified election results

In a multistate battle, the Biden legal team intervened in several federal and state cases over the past few weeks, including the so-called “Kraken” lawsuit in federal district court, Pearson v. Kemp. The judge presiding over that case, in a rare move, dismissed the plaintiffs’ claims from the bench after hearing oral argument. Attorney Marc […]


Major victory for Georgia voters seeking to vote safely and securely by mail in November

Granting relief sought by The New Georgia Project and individual voters, federal judge Eleanor Ross ordered state and county election officials to “accept and count otherwise valid absentee ballots” postmarked by Election Day and received up to three days after Election Day. Georgia law previously allowed ballots received after 7pm on Election Day to be disregarded, […]


Long Voting Lines Lawsuit

With Perkins Coie LLP and on behalf of the DSCC, the Democratic Party of Georgia, and individual voters, Krevolin & Horst attorneys asked the Court on August 7 to require that Georgia provide a sufficient number and equitable distribution of polling places and other election resources to prevent long lines on Election Day. Read more […]


Lawsuit settled, giving Georgia voters time to fix rejected ballots

In our clients continued fight for everyone’s right to vote, a lawsuit over correcting absentee ballots was settled. The settlement included provisions that voters must be notified if their absentee ballots are not accepted in order for corrections to be made. Read more about the settlement at the link below.


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