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The University of Georgia released a poll concerning the state’s controversial new voting law. The poll suggests steep partisan disagreements over many provisions, but also some ideological overlap. While Republican and Democratic voters largely disagreed about whether a driver’s license or equivalent ID should be required for absentee voting, voters of both parties supported early voting opportunities. Additionally, a majority of those polled were opposed to the new policy forbidding the service of food and drink to voters who are waiting in line. Visit the

Prominent members of Georgia’s faith-based community have called for a boycott of Home Depot. Community leaders are hoping to enlist the help of major corporations in pressuring Georgia’s government to roll back its recently passed voting restrictions. The religious leaders report that corporations like Delta and Coca-Cola have taken steps to communicate with them about voting rights, while Home Depot appears unwilling to discuss the matter.Visit NBC News to learn more.Image Credit: Ildar Sagdejev  (CC BY-SA 3.0)  Voter Education Week Young adults will be the nation’s largest

The Ohio Supreme Court will hear a case concerning Stark County’s continued purchase of voting machines from Dominion Voting Systems. The northeastern county’s bipartisan elections board has been frustrated in its attempts to purchase new machines from its traditional vendor, due to unsubstantiated accusations that Dominion machines were used to steal votes in the 2020 election. The Republican-led board of commissioners for the same county is insisting that the board of electors provide additional information before moving forward with the purchase, such as details

Hours after Montana Governor Greg Gianforte signed into law two new bills to increase eligibility requirements for voters, state Democrats filed suit on the grounds that both bills violate Montana’s Constitution. Democrats argue that the bills create undue burdens which will disproportionately harm the rights of vulnerable groups, such as students, the elderly, and indigenous communities. House Bill 175 will disallow voters from registering on election day. Senate Bill 169 will alter which forms of identification are accepted as well as require some voters