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Judge Backs Georgia’s Decision to Purge 100,000 Names from Voter Rolls

HeadlineDec 30, 2019

In Georgia, a federal judge has backed the state’s decision to purge nearly 100,000 names from the state’s voter rolls — only months before the 2020 primary. The decision comes as state officials are already facing mounting accusations of voter suppression, particularly against black and low-income communities.

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