Saturday, October 20, 2018
Georgia's exact match voter registration law; North Dakota's problems with street addresses on reservations
Ted Enamorado published a detailed “Money Cage” analysis in the Washington Post showing that the “exact match” law in Georgia’s voter registration process can disenfranchise almost a million minority voters.
The law causes registered voters to become unregistered with small changes in their clientization information – name, or conceivably address formatting.
In North Dakota, problems occur because some tribal members don’t have street addresses in reservations.
I guess David Hogg can get active on these problems. Valerie Jarrett on Van Jones talks about "When we all vote" on CNN.