New Georgia Project CEO On Effects Of New Election Law

Courtesy of The New Georgia Project


span style="background-color: transparent;color: #333333;float: none;quot;quot;quot;quot;,times,serif;font-size: 16px;font-style: normal;font-variant: normal;font-weight: 400;letter-spacing: normal;line-height: 24px;text-align: left;text-decoration: none;text-indent: 0px;text-transform: none">After Republicans at the Georgia Capitol introduced legislation that makes sweeping changes to Georgia’s elections, critics are calling measures in the bill voter suppression. Community and faith leaders have led a call to boycott Georgia’s largest businesses to pressure them to stop making campaign contributions to lawmakers who support the bill. Nsé Ufot is CEO of the New Georgia Project, a non-partisan organization that promotes access to voting and has come out in vocal opposition to recent election laws passed in the General Assembly.