When you go to vote and you have to show your ID, thank me. As Secretary of State,
I implemented Georgia’s voter photo ID law, which helped to keep the poor and disenfranchised away from the polls – and helped keep Georgia red – even though the law didn’t prevent a single case of voter fraud. (According to a biased 2012 Atlanta Journal-Constitution investigation.)
Now there’s a lawsuit to allow voters to register before the June 20 runoff. Georgia does not allow people to vote in the runoff who have not registered in time for the primary – even though the National Voter Registration Act requires states to allow anyone to vote in a federal election if they register at least 30 days before that election.
Call the Secretary of State, Brian Kemp, at 404-656-2881. Tell him that voter suppression should be maintained in the 6th district and that nobody new should be able to register!