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Wednesday, April 07, 2021

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If candidates or campaign workers decked out in political attire were handing out snacks to voters on line within 150 feet of a polling site as reported by NR, then that’s prohibited electioneering, plain and simple (it’s 100 feet in New York). This illegal activity is already covered by existing election law. If the line extended beyond the 150 feet, then it’s probably perfectly legal behavior beyond the distance marker. There’s no need to specify a food and drink ban unless the purpose is to present an additional hardship to voters waiting on a long line to exercise their right to vote. The real question for Georgia legislators is why are the lines to vote so long and what can be done to correct that? It’s clear that the legislators and the governor don’t want to that condition corrected.

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