"What we've seen in Florida, and especially in Georgia, has been a national disgrace," said Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), joining Klobuchar in accusing Republicans of doing all they could to suppress the votes of Democrats.
"Every vote matters, period," said Warren, who is also talked about as a Presidential hopeful.
"Politicians are supposed to compete over how many voters they can persuade to vote for them," Warren added. "Not how many American citizens they can disqualify, discourage or demoralize."
Meanwhile, Georgia's vote fight in the race for Governor was increasingly being fought out in the courts, as a federal judge on Monday ruled that Gwinnett County must count absentee ballots which had been thrown out on technical grounds.
"I've been concerned about the unusually high number of absentee ballots rejected by Gwinnett County for failure of voters to provide their year of birth," said elections expert Michael McDonald. "A court has ordered Gwinnett to count these ballots."