Governor sells property that held failed sporting goods store Ex-Gwinnett commissioner Kenerly indicted againState panel to discuss West Point voter fraud Watchdog says ethics chairman serving illegally
Georgians must show valid photo identification before casting a ballot, the Georgia Supreme Court said today in a 6-1 decision. The court’s majority held that a 2006 Georgia law is a reasonable safeguard to protect the integrity of elections without disenfranchising voters. Justice Robert Benham, in a written dissent, argued the state had not proven the photo ID requirement was necessary.
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