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Georgia voter suppression efforts may not change election results much

  • Written by Bernard Tamas, Associate Professor of Political Science, Valdosta State University
imageIn 2020, Georgia voters lined up for long waits to cast early ballots.AP Photo/Ron Harris

There has been understandable outrage and widespread criticism of the new voting laws in Georgia – and of similar efforts in other states. These laws would likely make voting more difficult, including by reducing options for voting and making it harder...

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