The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to election officials statewide to provide guidance on voter challenges that are becoming increasingly common as we get
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The ACLU of Georgia commends the Cobb County Board of Elections & Registration for its vote to dismiss 1,350 voter challenges filed in the last
The ACLU of Georgia commends the Forsyth County Board of Elections’ decision Tuesday to dismiss over 15,000 voter challenges. Sustaining these voter challenges at the
Letter to Cobb County Board of Elections & Registration Urging Reversing Its Decision to Use the Police Academy as a Polling Place
Today, the ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to the Cobb County Board of Elections and Registration urging it to reverse its decision to move
Letter to Quitman Board of Elections and Registration Warning that Closing 50% Polling Places Likely to Harm Black Voters
The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to the Quitman County Board of Registrars warning that its proposal to close half of its polling places will likely harm Black voters potentially violating Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act and the U.S. Constitution.
The ACLU of Georgia sent two letters to state’s election officials to demand they reject the groundless, baseless assertions in a letter that a Texas-based organization named True the Vote sent challenging the eligibility of 364,541 Georgia citizens who are registered to vote.
Letter to Georgia Elections Officials Reminding Them that State Law Requires the Same Polling Locations from November’s Election
The ACLU of Georgia wrote to Georgia elections officials reminding them that “[u]nder Georgia law, the deadline for changing the number of polling places for the January 5 runoff passed on November 6, sixty days before January 5, 2021.”
Letter to All Public Officials With Responsibility for Dealing with COVID-19 in the Criminal Legal System
The ACLU of Georgia published an open letter to all public officials with responsibility for dealing with COVID-19 in the criminal legal system.
The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office regarding a complaint about an alleged new policy banning the Marietta Daily Journal in the Detention Center.
The ACLU of Georgia sent the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office a letter urging it to conduct a full investigation into the water contamination at the Cobb County Detention Center and perform appropriate comprehensive medical exams of each person who may have been infected after consuming toxins in the water.