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Georgia voter suppression efforts may not change election results much

By Bernard Tamas, Associate Professor of Political Science, Valdosta State University
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With Democratic voters already packed into a small number of districts, reducing voter turnout won't really lower the chances of Democrats winning – or help Republicans win.

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