Gov. Brian Kemp has signed a controversial bill that will impact how you will be able to vote in the future.
SB 202 passed along party lines Thursday in the state Senate and went to the governor’s desk shortly after. The new law now expands weekend early voting and requires an ID to apply for an absentee ballot.
It also gives the state the ability to take over county elections boards it believes are troubled...
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"There’s no doubt there were many alarming issued with how the election was handled, and those problems really led to a crisis of confidence in the ballot box here in Georgia,” the governor said after signing the bill, reported Just The News.
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