by Luis Miguel, The New American:
Is the Peach State on track to restoring election integrity?
The Georgia House of Representatives on Monday passed HB 531, a sweeping election-reform bill intended to eliminate many of the issues voters feel contributed to electoral fraud after Democrats ostensibly won both the presidential race and the state’s two U.S. Senate seats in the traditionally red stronghold.
From time limits to voter ID to restricting mail voting, the Georgia bill addresses voter integrity on many fronts. The legislation’s main sponsor, State Representative Barry Fleming, a Republican, said the bill would restore voters’ confidence in the electoral process.