Georgia’s governor signs bill targeting voting. GOP in 43 states propose ‘racist’ legislation

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New voting law in Georgia criticized as carrying out voter suppression.

After the 2020 major elections showed how the Black vote once again determined local and some critical state elections, the GOP’s response is to pass voter suppression laws that reduce voting and discourage the vote. Stacey Abrams described the move as “reviving Georgia’s dark past of racist voting laws.”

Called, Jim Crow 2.0, Gov. Brian Kemp is one of 43 states where a bill attempts to change the outcomes of mid-term and other future elections. The fight for power continues.

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