Press Advisory: ACLU of Georgia Opposes HB531, Another Anti-Voter Rights Bill
Christopher Bruce, ACLU of Georgia Political Director, To Testify at Public Hearing
Christopher Bruce, political director of the ACLU of Georgia, will testify on HB531, an anti-voter rights bill.
“Instead of celebrating the historic turnout we saw during the November election cycle, some Georgia legislators have decided to create unnecessary barriers for citizens who exercise their sacred and legal right to vote – the very right that affects the access to all other rights we enjoy as Americans,” said Christopher Bruce, political director of the ACLU of Georgia. “HB531 recklessly cuts voter access and with it the right of every citizen to participate in our democracy. We encourage the Georgia General Assembly to stop these efforts that make voting harder and instead to focus on protecting and expanding every Georgia citizen’s sacred, fundamental right to vote.”
Testimony before the House Special Committee on Election Integrity Hearing on HB531, an anti-voter rights bill
Monday, February 22nd, 2021
406 Coverdell Legislative Office Building
Link to online stream