Georgia Republicans accused of trying to suppress votes with new election bill

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  • CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Georgia Republicans accused of trying to suppress votes with new election bill” – below is their description.

    A new election bill in Georgia would ban counties from holding early voting on Sundays. It would shrink the window of time Georgians would have to request an absentee ballot and also require a photo ID. Stef Kight, Axios political reporter, joins Shep Smith to discuss what this bill would mean for Democrat Georgians.

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