Georgia Absentee Ballots Voters From Now On Should Have ID
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Georgia Absentee Ballots Voters From Now On Should Have ID


The Georgia state Senate has introduced drastic decisions in the voting system by passing a bill that requires voters to verify their identity before receiving an absentee ballot.

The policy of uncontrolled throw-in of hundreds of thousands of absentee ballots in the 2020 presidential election has shown that the total distrust of the losing side in the elections will result in dozens of lawsuits.

According to Senate Bill 67, when a voter applying for an absentee ballot, he must first include their driver’s license number, other state identification number or a photocopy of an approved ID.

“It’s not about disenfranchising voters. It’s not about overly burdening the electorate. It’s about efficiency, integrity, allowing the Georgia public to have confidence in the vote,” said Sen. Larry Walker, a Perry Republican who sponsored Senate Bill 67.

Voting ended with a score of 35-18.

For Georgia, presenting an ID during voting is routine, but for the rest of America it is a real challenge. As absentee voting has been criticized for the sheer number of irregularities and likely ballot fraud.

After the dust settled, the Trump campaign began to actively present evidence that hundreds of thousands of absentee ballots contained critical filling errors, were counted after deadline, or contained addresses that did not exist.

However, courts in all counties and states turned a blind eye to this.

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Author: Usa Really