Atlanta election workers scan ballots and check for discrepancies earlier this year for Georgia U.S. Senate races. The state’s controversial new voting law contains many changes for election officials.

Workers scan ballots and check for discrepancies at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia on January 5, 2021 during the Georgia Senate runoff elections. – After an unprecedented campaign that mobilized President Donald Trump and his successor Joe Biden, the people of Georgia started voting Tuesday in two US Senate runoffs that could shape the first years of the new Democratic presidency. For nearly 20 years Georgia has voted reliably Republican in the presidential election and Senate contests. (Photo by SANDY HUFFAKER / AFP) (Photo by SANDY HUFFAKER/AFP via Getty Images)