Intimidating Voters Is Not Peachy
A major voter intimidation case out of Georgia went to court this week. Fair Fight Action sued True the Vote, a Texas-based, right-wing "election integrity" group, for illegally intimidating voters after the group challenged the voter eligibility of over 364,000 Georgians in the run-up to the 2021 Senate runoff elections. Marc and Paige break down how voter challenges like these work and their impact on voters.
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University of Georgia Poll
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Voter Testimony: Intimidation and Disenfranchisement in the Georgia Senate Runoffs
The Worst Provision of a Very Bad Law
U.S. Department of Justice Submits Brief in Georgia Voter Intimidation Case
True The Vote's connection to Clean Elections USA
Fair Fight v. True the Vote
Arizona Alliance for Retired Americans v. Clean Elections USA