In Georgia, Democrats have until Sept. 6 to decide on Biden

(The Center Square) – While President Joe Biden is facing pressure to drop out of the 2024 presidential race, in key swing states like Georgia it could be a rocky road to another candidate.

Presidential candidates must be replaced with another candidate at least 60 days before the election, in Georgia. This year, that’s Sept. 6.

It’s eight weeks away, and is roughly two weeks after the Aug. 19-22 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.

The convention is likely where the party would officially decide to replace Biden.

Yet, other swing states like Wisconsin and Nevada have no or only a very slight possibility that the Democrats would be able to place another candidate on the ballot.

In Wisconsin, only death would allow for that, while any effort in Nevada would likely face great legal challenges, as The Heritage Foundation reports.

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