Fulton judge rejects Dems’ challenge to voter ID law
A Fulton County judge has dismissed an effort by Georgia Democrats to upend a 2006 law requiring voters to produce a photo ID before they cast a ballot.
Democrats contended the law was an unconstitutional infringement on the right to vote. ‘Tain’t so, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Tom Campbell said Monday:
The Act is an ‘evenhanded restriction’ designed to protect the “integrity and reliability of the electoral process.” It is reasonable, narrowly tailored and related to a legitimate and important state interest.
Read Campbell’s full court order here.