Georgia House passes sweeping elections bill1 min read
Georgia’s Republican-controlled state House passed a sweeping elections bill on Thursday that seeks to overhaul the state’s voting laws after a series of GOP defeats in recent months.
EDITORS NOTE: Apparently they are beginning to realize that, since Democrats were successful in the massive irregularities and fraud in the 2020 Presidential Election, they were “unbridled” in there efforts to do the same in ALL elections.
The measure includes proposals to create new absentee voter ID requirements and limit ballot drop boxes. It also seeks to shorten the timeline for runoff elections from the current nine-week timeframe to just four weeks.
The bill passed in a party-line vote, with Democrats objecting to it across the board. Republicans have argued that the legislation will increase confidence in the elections process after former President Trump and his allies spent months alleging without evidence that the results of the 2020 presidential race in Georgia were tainted by fraud and malfeasance.