“Balderdash.” “A sham.” “Outrageous.” “Sordid.” “Wrong.”

Those were some of the words a former U.S. congressman and plaintiff had Thursday for new case law that opens the door for Georgia judges to preempt an election by announcing a resignation before but staying on the payroll after—and thereby giving the right to fill the job to the governor rather than the voters.

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