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Ari Berman
Voter suppression in a nutshell: during Georgia primary voters in predominantly white areas waited 6 minutes to vote while voters in predominantly minority areas waited 51 minutes to vote showed this graphic during our segment on last night
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Ari Berman Sep 3
Replying to @marceelias
"In polling places where minorities constituted more than 90% of registered voters the average minimum wait time in the evening was 51 minutes. When whites constituted more than 90% of registered voters the average was around six minutes" via
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Jason Cardwell Sep 3
Don’t forget the baked cards preventing voter roll software from working.
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Liz "Come Back for the Runoff" Throop Sep 11
Baked cards?
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DRode Sep 3
how about helping with this situation.
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mamaluce Sep 3
More like 3 hrs for a primary. I live in Fulton County
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mamaluce Sep 3
Added note... it was this last primary and it broke down 2 times so I left. On my third visit to early vote I waited 3 hours to vote. When I got there they checked and said I had asked for a vote by mail request. It never came so I filled out additional paperwork to vote inperson
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Carolyn Janet Gibson Sep 3
They’re makin it HARD. But not impossible. Good on you!
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Jason Bloomfield Sep 3
Sign up to be a poll worker in GA
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David Raphael Israel Sep 3
Just saw this poster on Facebook. Says a lot.
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Eliza200 Sep 3
Damn right!
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