Lips cracked and parched. Eyes sunken in. Staggering around on their last legs. Drawing in their last gasps of air. That’s how the media would describe people in a voting line. But in November it’s just not so. Nobody dies of thirst in November, not even in Georgia. Unattended self-service receptacles for dispensing water are allowed — coolers, in other words. And it’s perfectly legal to sell any food or drink items to voters for 1 cent.
[…]Curtis Hier: Georgia’s new voter verification ‘essential to the integrity of absentee ballots’ — True North Reports
US states to introduce sanity into voting process — European Reactionary
For most normal countries, having voters verify their identity with an ID (a personal card) is simply normal part of the voting process. But in US, Georgia’s attempt to do so has generated controversy, with Democrats calling it “racism”. Yet measures put forward would only make process more transparent and accountable. The key elements of […]US states to introduce sanity into voting process — European Reactionary