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Calling on Brian Kemp to Resign, Jimmy Carter Says Being a Candidate While Also Controlling Election Process Violates 'Most Fundamental Principle' of Democracy
"In order to foster voter confidence in the upcoming election, which will be especially important if the race ends up very close, I urge you to step aside."
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On Tuesday, a federal judge ordered Georgia not to disqualify those absentee ballots that had suspicious signatures or other disqualifying marks. (Photo: Jessica McGowan/Getty Images) Views
There Are Unfolding Voting Controversies in Two Key States’ Upcoming Elections—Here’s What’s Going On
No simple solutions in Georgia and North Dakota
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'Important Victory' for Voting Rights as Judge Rules Georgia Must Stop Tossing Out Absentee Ballots
"This ruling protects the people of Georgia from those who seek to undermine their right to vote. It's a huge victory, especially with the midterms just days away."
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Leaked Audio of Georgia Candidate "Tells You Everything You Need to Know About Republicans' Views on Voting Rights"
"Brian Kemp is barely trying to hide the shameful fact that his strategy is to win through voter suppression," charges his opponent's campaign
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With GOP Candidate Also Overseeing Georgia Elections, 107,000 Voters Purged in Yet Another Suppression Effort
"When you oversee your own election and know the only way you can win is by suppressing minority votes."
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Hurdles surrounding the vetting of voter information may impede participation in close contests on Election Day. (Photo: Keith Ivey/flickr/cc) Views
Voter Data Suppression Is GOP’s Latest Anti-Voter Tactic
Arizona and Georgia are leading examples
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'Unreal': Claiming Concerns Over 'Political Activity,' Georgia Officials Order Black Seniors Off Bus Headed for Early Voting
"When they're suppressing votes, they're going to come up with any kind of excuse about what your problem is."
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'Abhorrent': GOP Senator Angrily Snatches Student's Phone Over Question About Georgia's Racist Voter Purge
"It's abhorrent that when our members ask their senators about the purging of voters within their state, they respond by stealing their phones."
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'They're Doing Us Like They Did New Orleans': Anger at Trump Inaction as Hurricane Michael Leaves Millions Without Power and Basic Needs
"We're not getting any help. We need food. It's just crazy."
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Stacey Abrams of Georgia, Andrew Gillum of Florida, and Beto O'Rourke of Texas aim to capitalize on a "blue wave" in 2018 to make Democratic inroads and shake up politics in the South. Views
How the 2018 'Blue Wave' Could Shake Up Southern Politics
A new round of Democratic victories in the South in 2018 could give progressives an opportunity to capitalize on demographic changes and gain a political foothold to begin shifting the balance of power in Southern states
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