With Election Day still a month off, Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp already has had to deal with an unusually high volume of election law challenges this year. The flurry of activity has kept his top two in-house lawyers, General Counsel Vincent Russo and Deputy General Counsel Cam-Anh Le, particularly busy.

Since the beginning of the year, they have fielded 16 challenges to state legislative and judicial candidates’ eligibility, with claims focusing on allegedly unpaid taxes or residency disputes.

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