Georgia Supreme Court upholds photo ID voting law

Georgia Supreme Court announced last Monday that it would uphold photo ID card voting law despite Democrats complaints. The final decision, written by Justice Hugh Thompson, concluded that the law was a “minimal, reasonable, and nondiscriminatory restriction.” Bill passed in 2006 requires a voter top present state issued photo ID card or driver’s license before casting a ballot. Since passing the bill Democrats have been arguing it may keep poor and elderly from voting. The advocates insisted that state ID card can be obtained free of charge and constitutional right to vote can user reasonable regulations to guarantee election process fairness and prevent fraud.

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