The latest argument is that it actually expands voting and the restrictions are just like NY’s laws.
Of course both are half truths.
The Georgia law expands voting in white conservative counties while restricting it in black and progressive counties. It states each county can only have a certain number of absentee ballot boxes. That would increase the number of such in conservative counties but decrease the number in progressive counties.
In NY also doesn’t have a great history of voting laws but it’s also not a state known for trying to suppress the vote.
NY says you cannot electioneer inside a polling place and within 100 ft of one. You also cannot give food and water worth more than $1. So yes you can give food and water worth any amount is the line goes past 100 ft of the polling station.
Of course Georgia’s law was made in the context of the last election when a Jew and a Black won the two senate races and a Dem won the presidential race. The Gov in fact Called it the safest, most accurate race in history.
Why would he suddenly demand changes to voting?