Georgia Voting Restrictions Signed Into Law, Democrats Call Them ‘Racist’

In a hasty Senate session, the Georgia upper house  voted in favor of sweeping voting restrictions which have now been signed into law by Gov. Brian Kemp (R). When Georgia’s voting restrictions originally passed in the state’s House of Representatives, activist group Fair Fight detailed the several restrictions being pushed through the state’s legislature after the state’s historic 2020 blue shift. The group said the bill “is a dangerous attempt to roll back voting rights, leading to longer lines and more restrictive rules for absentee ballots while limiting weekend voting and threatening Geor…

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