Georgia, a once reliably red state, has been turning more and more purple in recent years. In response, the Republican state legislature has passed a package of laws aimed at restricting voting.
Today, we look at those measures and how Democrats are bracing for similar laws to be passed elsewhere in the country.
Guest: Nick Corasaniti, a domestic correspondent covering national politics for The New York Times.
- Georgia Republicans have moved early in a campaign to rewrite voting rules. Republicans in other states are determined to follow them.
- The country’s most hotly contested state has calmed down after months of drama, court fights and national attention. But new storms are on the horizon.
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