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Allegations Of Voter Suppression Surface In Georgia During Tight Governor's Race

NPR Saturday, 13 October 2018
Allegations Of Voter Suppression Surface In Georgia During Tight Governor's RaceNPR's Shereen Marisol Meraji speaks with Mark Niesse of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution about the lawsuit against Georgia, after a report that 53,000 voter registration applications have been held.
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News video: Senator David Perdue Grabs Georgia Tech Student's Phone When Questioned on Voter Registration

▶ Senator David Perdue Grabs Georgia Tech Student's Phone When Questioned on Voter Registration 00:58

Georgia Senator David Perdue reportedly snatched a phone from a student at the Georgia Institute of Technology when questioned on potential voter suppression on Saturday, October 13.The Republican senator was visiting the campus to campaign for Georgia governor nominee Brian Kemp, who faced criticism...

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