If you live in Georgia or know anyone who does, including students who are registered to vote there but go to school elsewhere, please note that early voting is already under way in some counties, including DeKalb, and voting will occur THIS SATURDAY!

Marc Elias, whose law firm is responsible for these election law wins, observed how nice it would be if the Republicans worked as hard to get people to vote for their candidates as they do to suppress their opponents’ votes.



    1. Yes, a pleasant surprise. Perhaps the Court, having just ruled to permit voting on Nov 26, was annoyed that the Republicans jumped in again so close to the election. Or, having just banned abortions after six weeks, they were happy to deflect attention from that more volatile ruling. We can hope that both decisions will expand the margin of victory for Warnock. And then there’s the news that Walker’s primary residence just happens to be in Texas. Oops!

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  1. Saturday voting in Georgia is up to the local county commission. It APPEARS that those counties that generally vote republican ARE NOT opening the polls on Saturday.

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    1. That would be nice, wouldn’t it? Thanks for the info, Dennis. Though such a move makes me uneasy that they may have some legal tactic they’ll spring to delay certification and try to get the Supreme Court involved.


      1. Well, here’s a more encouraging thought. They may see that the trend is so comfortably for Warnock that they don’t want to spend the money and people on that one day.

        I dunno. Like you and millions of others, I can’t wait for it to be over, with Warnock the clear winner.

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  2. “Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob and degrade them, neither persons nor property will be safe.” Frederick Douglass
    The courts are not ignorant of their role in a civil society but will they realize their duty?

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      1. If we believe that what is the way forward? Doubt leads to hesitation which allows for defeat. I do not fear them. I do not respect them. They are afraid of men in dresses!


      2. The way forward is to move forward despite one’s doubts, Richard. I believe we need reforms in our justice system—with the SC as a glaring example—and I will do what I can to move us toward that goal.

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  3. The paths to the top of the mountain are many but there is only one way. The problem is not the path but the baggage. We can not move forward expeditiously due to the drag of the freeriders and criminals but we are required to bring them along.


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