Greg Palast visits with us to discuss voter suppression and GOP fraud in the Georgia Senatorial elections. He is a part of the team out there.
Greg Palast chasing voter suppression in Georgia
Recently I read the following at Greg Palast’s site.
Friday Dec. 18 [Atlanta] — Representatives for Black Voters Matter were joined by a victim of Georgia’s voter purge and a group of leading voting rights attorneys to confront Georgia Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, with a demand to return wrongly purged voters to rolls — or face a new lawsuit
Palast and Brown were joined by their legal team, which included C.K. Hoffler of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, Gerald Griggs, Robert Patillo, Maria Banjo, and Law Professor Barbara Arnwine, founder of the Transformative Justice Coalition. The group were trying to set up a meeting with the Secretary of State’s Office that had been recommended by Judge Steve Jones in an order issued on Wednesday, Dec. 16, following a complaint filed by the group that aimed to restore 198,000 wrongly purged voters to the rolls.
The group hoped to present a corrected list to the Secretary of State and ask that citizens, including a College Park voter who’d been wrongly purged, be returned to the rolls immediately — since, otherwise, they will be denied their vote in the January 5 run-off elections that will decide two Senate seats — and the balance of power in Washington.
Greg Palast details the state of the case in Georgia. His work with various organizations out there is important to our democracy.
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