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Letter to the Editor: Protect vulnerable voters



(Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this column are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of The Augusta Press.) 

According to the American Constitutional Rights Union that works to protect the rights of all, regardless of their party affiliation, group homes residents are ...

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  1. I recently witnessed group home residents being escorted by chaperones to register to vote at our Arts festival. After some research I found it totally legal. I can tell you that those being escorted were incapable of making an informed vote.

  2. I don’t know who the “fraud hot line number” mentioned in the article went to, local or state, but my hot line to the Sec. of State is 888-532-0148. My own complaint is dated Oct. 28 2022 and no response whatsoever as of this morning …sooo, another e-mail was sent today asking why a response of some kind has not been forthcoming. Are they too busy to respond because of so many fraud issues coming in or is this part of the fraud?

    • I am not surprised . While I won’t vote for the Democrat , I think that our current Secretary of State’s
      office is poorly run and not interested in preventing voter fraud. I had hopes that Raffensperger was going to be voted out in the primary especially after he bowed to the Stacey Abrams’ lawsuit in 2020. He continues to make national news due to that error in judgement.

  3. I am reminded of an old hymn, “Up from the grave He arose”! Far too many dead people continue to vote due to failure of cities to purge their voting rolls. I am confident that our new IMPROVED. MORE SECURE voting law passed by the Kemp administration has frustrated lots of the old-time crooked vote groups!!

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