As Erick posted, Georgia has responded to the DOJ’s challenge of Georgia’s voter verification process. Something in the article stuck out to me. Compare the description of what the Georgia SoS is doing with what the 6th Circuit ordered Ohio’s SoS to start doing immediately.
The state has been cross-checking voters’ registration information against data in the state Department of Driver Services database and, in some cases, against the U.S. Social Security Administration database.
Tuesday’s order directs Brunner to verify new registrations by comparing that information with data from the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles or the Social Security Administration.
So what’s wrong with what Georgia’s doing?
I admit I’m not an intelligent left winger but it seems to me the common thread here is that Dems in Ohio don’t want to start verifying voters’ eligibility and Dems in Georgia want us to stop verifying voters’ eligibility.