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[Georgia Secretary of State, Brad] Raffensperger also defended the new ID requirement for absentee voting, saying that it was necessary to eliminate the state’s much-maligned signature-matching requirement that relied on election workers to compare the signature on an absentee ballot to the one on a voter file.
But it’s really pretty simple, the bill makes it easy to vote and hard to cheat. It replaces an arbitrary signature match on absentee ballots by mail with the voter ID, which is free in Georgia.
You're smarter, so you say, than all the legal and political analysts, the Georgia Secretary of State
The fact of the matter is, there is no mechanism in this bill for signature verification, and you can't cite any such mechanism in the bill.
originally posted by: DontTreadOnMe
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