The early voting in Georgia, which started a week ago, is encouraging for local officials. In comparison with the previous elections for the same period, the number of voters increased by more than one and a half times.
“News release said more than 782,500 people had voted in person and more than 654,800 by mail. That compared to 490,100 votes in person and 88,000 by mail by Oct. 23, 2016,” cites statistics from the Associated Press.
This is a picture of voter suppression. Why do Americans have to wait in lines this long? This is the line in Suwannee Georgia today...