The ACLU of Georgia sent letters to 20 counties urging them and all counties to adopt its proposed recommendations for uniform expanded early voting hours throughout the State of Georgia.
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On September 6, 2018, the ACLU of Georgia wrote the Baldwin County Registrar’s Office urging it to comply with state and federal voter registration laws,
The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to the Randolph County Board of Elections and Registration demanding it reject the proposal to close seven out of nine – more than 75% – polling places on the eve of the November elections in a county that is predominantly African American. The Randolph County proposal is discriminatory, unjustifiable, and violates the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
The ACLU of Georgia warned Lanier Technical College that its employment loyalty pledge violates the Freedom of Association clause of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia sent a letter to the Office of the Secretary of State warning that its official government app (“GA SOS”) directly links to his electoral campaign social media sites on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram thereby depriving Georgians of critical information they need regarding exercising their right to vote
Letter to Cobb County Board of Elections & Registration Concerning Rejection of Electronically Transmitted Absentee Ballot Applications
The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to the Cobb County Board of Elections & Registration about its illegal rejection of an electronically transmitted request for an absentee ballot.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia sent a letter to State Senator John Albers warning him for appearing to engage in government censorship to silence constituents who have been blocked from posting on, or even viewing, his official government social media pages.
Letter Urges Bartow County School System Superintendent and Cass High School Principal to Apologize for Forcing Student Participation in March 14 Walk Out
The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to the Bartow County School System Superintendent and Cass High School Principal regarding a report that the school
The American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia sent letters to the Secretary of State, a U.S. Senator, and the Murray County Sheriff warning these government officials for appearing to engage in government censorship to silence constituents who posted critical comments on their office’s social media accounts.
The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to The governor, his chief of staff, and the Georgia Building Authority (GBA) to urge an immediate end to government censorship of Liberty Plaza.