Voting Rights Groups Sue Georgia over Deadline for Registering to Vote in June 20 Congressional Run-Off

On April 20, several voting rights groups sued Georgia, over the state’s March 20 deadline to register to vote in the special run-off election for U.S. House, sixth district. That run-off is set for June 20, but the deadline for registering to vote was March 21. Georgia State Conference of the NAACP v Kemp, n.d., 1:17cv-1397.

Federal law requires states to let people register to vote as late as 30 days before any federal election. Here is the Complaint. Thanks to Rick Hasen for the link.


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Voting Rights Groups Sue Georgia over Deadline for Registering to Vote in June 20 Congressional Run-Off — 2 Comments

  1. Why is NAACP involved in this lawsuit? I guess they will bus people in for election and give them phony elections. Most voter fraud is committed by black people. (An inconvenient truth) So I guess they are protecting their cheating ways. What’s new?

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