Georgia voters are dividing the party line toward the state new election law, with a split majority in favor of the absentee ballot limit, requires absentee ballot IDs and a shorter deadline to request an absentee ballot, according to a University of Georgia poll released on Thursday. Private.
But some parts of law earns bipartisan support or condemnation.
Voters overwhelmingly favored early weekend voting options, and both conservatives and liberals say the law – passed General Assembly by a majority of the GOPs – is motivated by Republican Donald Trump. lose for Democrat Joe Biden.
The Georgians objected to the ban on giving food and drinks to waiting-in-line voters and they opposed allowing the state Undertake county elections offices are inefficient.