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Voter suppression in Georgia has become a huge problem after the 2020 elections. New voter suppression laws have been introduced into Georgia state legislation and we want to make sure you are aware of all the changes. Some of these newly introduced laws aim to burden eligible voters, in particular people of color, the elderly, students and folks with disabilities.

Below is a list from standwithga.com of all the new proposed bills that could fringe on your constitutional right to vote.

ALSO CHECK OUT: Georgia Officials Add 2 Voting Sites In Cobb County After Voter Suppression Claims

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Requires two sets of Photo ID to vote absentee
Requires voter ID to request an absentee ballot
Bans all drop boxes
Ends automatic voter registration
Prohibits new Georgia voters from voting in runoff elections
Ends NO-EXCUSE absentee voting

SB 73

Bans non-profits from mailing absentee ballot applications

CLICK HERE to read about more proposed bills from the Georgia General Assembly

 

Do you know who your state representatives in the House and the Senate are? Below we’ve listed Georgia’s representatives in the House and the Senate:

CLICK HERE if you would like to contact your GEORGIA SENATORS  

CLICK HERE if you would like to contact your  GEORGIA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Georgia Voter Suppression Bills You Really Need To Know About  was originally published on hotspotatl.com