DeKalb and Fulton counties told voters that polling places will close at 7 p.m. on election day. This violates state law.
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Letter to Fulton, DeKalb Elections Board Demanding Polling Place Hours Remain Open to 8pm as Required By Law
The ACLU of Georgia sent letters to Fulton and DeKalb Boards of Elections & Registration as well as the Secretary of State to demand that
The ACLU of Georgia and ACLU Disability Rights Project have filed an administrative complaint with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development charging that Cumming Home Ministries, a Christian transitional housing shelter, violated the federal Fair Housing Act when it denied housing to Jeremy Jay Woody, 47, simply because he is deaf.
The ACLU of Georgia sent letters to the Georgia Secretary of State and each of the ten counties urging them to reject the Public Interest Legal Foundation and Judicial Watch letters, because those organizations made unfounded accusations in an attempt to bully local officials into removing Georgia citizens from the government voter rolls.
The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter of intent to sue to Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp and the Chatham County Board of Registrars because of letters the board sent to Thunderbolt resident Jennifer Hill and more than 300 other voters threatening to remove them from the voter rolls.
Letters to SOS, Fulton, Cobb, Gwinnett County Concerning Deleting Voter Registrations of Georgia Citizens
The ACLU of Georgia, Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta, the Georgia Coalition for the People’s Agenda, and the Georgia State Conference for the NAACP threatened lawsuits against Fulton, Cobb, and Gwinnett counties after those counties sent letters to U.S. citizens who moved their residences within their respective counties.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia sent a letter to the Irwin County Board of Elections and Registration demanding that it shelve plans to slash the number of polling places in a way that would make it significantly more difficult for African American and low-income voters to cast a ballot.