Georgia state officials will not ask for reconsideration of the January 6 order of the Eleventh Circuit that remanded the ballot access case back to the U.S. District Court. The time period for the state to have asked for that has now passed. This means that the case is now back in the U.S. District Court for certain. The issue is whether presidential ballot access in Georgia is too difficult. No one has complied with the Georgia procedures for president in the general election in fourteen years.