Do we need to restore the Voting Rights Act? | The Tylt
Activists are fighting to keep the doors open at polling stations in Randolph County, a rural community in Georgia. As midterm elections fast approach, Randolph County's two-person election board has announced plans to close seven of the community's nine polling stations. Activists say this is voter suppression that should be policed by the Voting Rights Act, parts of which were struck down by the Supreme Court in 2013. Opponents say the state is self-policing and the change isn't discriminatory. What do you think?
Do we need to restore the Voting Rights Act?
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