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Georgia Senate Passes Election Reform Bill That Would End No-Excuse Absentee Voting

The Georgia State Capitol is seen in Atlanta, Georgia, on Jan. 06, 2021. (Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)


The Epoch Times

Georgia’s state Senate passed a comprehensive election reform bill on Monday that would, among multiple provisions, repeal no-excuse absentee voting and limit mail-in ballots to certain criteria.

The Republican-backed bill passed with a vote of 29-20. It now goes to the House Elections Integrity Committee where it is expected to be passed in the next several weeks. The bill must pass by March 31 to have a chance of becoming law by the end of the 2021 legislative session in Georgia, subject to Gov. Brian Kemp’s decision whether to sign or veto it.

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