Led by Democrats and left-wing political activists, pushback to Georgia’s new election bill has been nothing short of fierce.
The bill in question (SB 202), signed into law on March 25, introduces a wide variety of election reforms — from requiring absentee voters to provide identification to banning the practice of line warming.
Many of the bill’s aforementioned critics have forwarded various accusations, claiming the bill’s aim is to prevent Georgia’s minority populations from voting.
Such accusations include claims that the bill discourages voting, suppresses minority voters and grants Republicans unbridled control of the election process.
As it turns out, each of these criticisms