Georgia secretary of state and Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp has overseen the removal of more than 340,000 current Georgia residents from voting rolls.
"This is voter suppression, Southern style."
Recent news casts doubt on whether some voters in the state will be able to cast a ballot when they show up on Election Day.
The combined effect is to put voters – especially racial minorities – at risk of disenfranchisement as the state’s hotly contested governor’s race approaches.
“You don’t Tase an 87-year-old woman.”
Jim Crow endures in Georgia as voter suppression efforts persist across the state. But get-out-the-vote activists are undaunted.
As the nation faces demographic shifts, the push to suppress voting intensifies.
Democrats must turn sharply left on both economic and social issues if they are to have a chance of regaining Congress in the future.
The results in Georgia show that the Trump resistance can show up to the polls, but centrism isn’t a strategy to win.
If it wasn't for Crosscheck and Voter ID, would we be calling Jon Ossoff Congressman by now?