A federal judge ruled in favor of True the Vote on Tuesday in a three-year-long legal battle to support election integrity in Georgia.

Fair Fight, founded by Stacy Abrams, claimed True the Vote's actions in challenging votes in 2020 were illegal "voter intimidation."

True the Vote aided citizens in challenges which found over 364,000 voters appeared to be ineligible to vote due to changes in residency, according to court documents.

"Today's ruling sends a clear message to those who would attempt to control the course of our nation through lawfare and intimidation," said True the Vote President Catherine Engelbrecht. "American citizens will not be silenced."

The trial lasted two weeks, with the plaintiff calling 12 witnesses, said Jake Evans, lead attorney for True the Vote.

"This decision is monumental," Evans added. "It vindicates True the Vote in totality and establishes that eligibility challenges under Section 230 are a proper method to ensure voter rolls are accurate. I am grateful to help achieve this great victory."

U.S. District Judge Steven Jones wrote the 145-page order, which True the Vote called a triumph. Jones was appointed by President Barack Obama in 2011.

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