April 05, 2021

What the Georgia Voter Law Says

This from Willis Eschenbach:

Given all of the hype about the new Georgia voter laws, I thought that unlike the virtue signalers decrying them sight unseen, I should, you know, actually find out what they say. Radical idea, I know, but I'm a radical guy, so here you go:

• Voters will now have less time to request absentee ballots.
• There are strict new ID requirements for absentee ballots.
• It’s now illegal for election officials to mail out absentee ballot applications to all voters.
• There will be fewer "drop boxes" for fraudsters to tamper with
• Mobile voting centers (think an R.V. where you can vote) are for use only in emergencies. Here's the text:

"The superintendent of a county or the governing authority of a municipality shall have discretion to procure and provide portable or movable polling facilities of adequate size for any precinct; provided, however, that buses and other readily movable facilities shall only be used in emergencies declared by the Governor … to supplement the capacity of the polling place where the emergency circumstance occurred."
• Early voting is expanded in some counties.
• Offering ANYTHING to voters waiting in line might influence their vote, and now risks misdemeanor charges. See below.
• If you go to the wrong polling place, it will be harder to vote.
• If election problems arise, a procedure for extending voting hours is clarified and tightened.
• With a mix of changes to vote-counting, high-turnout elections will probably mean a long wait for results.
• Election officials can no longer accept third-party funding. Thank goodness for this one, it was open and legal corruption.
• With an eye toward voter fraud, the state Attorney General will manage an election hotline.
• The Legislature has more control over the State Election Board.
• The Secretary of State is removed as a voting member of the State Election Board.
• The Legislature is empowered to suspend county election officials.
• Runoff elections will happen faster.

Call me crazy, but I'm not seeing what all the furor is about. The biggest screams are about the new rules saying you can't pass out pizza, gatorade, or beer to people standing in line, which makes sense to me. It could easily be an attempt to influence voters ... "Oh, Party X gave us jello shots ..." Here's the actual text of that section, so you can see the intention:

"No person shall solicit votes in any manner or by any means or method, nor shall any person distribute or display any campaign material, nor shall any person give, offer to give, or participate in the giving of any money or gifts, including, but not limited to, food and drink, to an elector, nor shall any person solicit signatures for any petition, nor shall any person, other than election officials discharging their duties, establish or set up any tables or booths on any day in which ballots are being cast: (1) Within 150 feet of the outer edge of any building within which a polling place is established; (2) Within any polling place; or (3) Within 25 feet of any voter standing in line to vote at any polling place. These restrictions shall not apply to conduct occurring in private offices or areas which cannot be seen or heard by such electors."

And this is supposed to be "UNAMERICAN" and "VOTER SUPPRESSION"?? This is why people are calling for a Georgia boycott (which will only hurt the citizens, not the politicians)? This is why Major League Baseball decided to get woke and go broke by moving the All-Star game out of Atlanta? Atlanta hasn't had a Republican mayor for ONE-HUNDRED AND TWENTY FOUR YEARS, and MLB wants to punish them because you can't give pizza to people in voting lines in an attempt to influence their votes?

Get real. These are all commonsense requirements in response to the total debacle that was Georgia Election 2020.

Gotta say it ... what happened to the country I grew up in? The wokerati and the race hustlers are killing America.

Tim adds:
I said before this last election the Democrats were going to build a voting machine nationwide that would be undefeatable, much like they did in California and in Illinois. Going after reforms to maintain voter integrity is one of the key components. They are going to eventually push laws that make it even easier to steal votes. This is part of their master plan to achieve hegemony. Of course the media is leading the charge. They have to so demonize any efforts at reform that nobody will dare try it. That's why Major League Baseball is trying to hurt the state; to panic the legislature. This is vile and despicable and we should all do what we can to reward the Georgia lawmakers. BTW if there was nothing wrong with the last election because the Sec State was a Republican why did his own party take his power away from him? You know full well the legislature has information we don't.


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