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GA passes election reform laws


Behind the BlackIn what might be the first sign that at least one Republican-controlled state legislature has recognized that their state’s voting system is corrupt and prone to tampering, Georgia’s government has passed and signed into law a range of changes designed to make election fraud more difficult.

Most of the changes appear to me to be either minor window-dressing or watered-down reforms that will help but not alleviate the problem. One change however is major, significant, and will likely guarantee that control of the voting system will now be under the supervision of the state’s elected officials, not the appointed bureaucrats in the election board.

I agree with him that most of the changes are weaksauce. I'm hopeful about the election board changes, mostly because they should render Raffensperger irrelevant.

This entry was published Sun Mar 28 23:06:10 CDT 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-03-28 23:06:10.0. [Tweet]

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