Camp then went on to compare the voting regulations of the two states, sometimes without key background.
Kemp first said that Delaware has no face-to-face early voting, but Georgia has. In 2019, Delaware enacted a law requiring face-to-face early voting beginning in 2022. Georgia’s law does extend the face-to-face early voting on weekends.
Kemp then pointed out that Georgia has no absentee voting rights, while Delaware does not. Kemp was right in Delaware, but Republicans in Georgia did consider withdrawing the unjustified absentee ballot, but this ultimately did not become a law signed by Kemp.
Kemp also claimed that Georgia allows luggage storage, while Delaware does not. Georgia’s new law restricts drop-in boxes, requiring at least one drop-in box in each county, but restricts any other drop-in boxes based on the number of registered voters in the county. During the coronavirus pandemic, Delaware put in safe deposit boxes in 2020, but it is not clear whether this will happen in the future.
Georgia’s recently passed law will create a new ID requirement for absent voters who wish to vote, shorten the length of the ballot, and effectively transfer the election committee to the legislature while restricting ballot boxes. These changes occurred after the Democratic Party won two key Senate elections in Georgia, and the Democratic Party gained control of the Senate.
goCongressman P in Georgia and elsewhere, especially supporters of former President Donald Trump, supported the new voting restrictions in the name of “election integrity,”
Biden said on Wednesday that he would move the “Midsummer Classic” of Major League Baseball out of Atlanta. Because of the new law.
Biden said in an interview with ESPN: “I think the behavior of today’s professional athletes is responsible.” “I will firmly support them in doing so. People respect them. They are leaders.”
With the promulgation of the new law, Biden urged Congress to pass the election reform law, HR 1, which will reform voting rights and campaign funding, and the John Lewis Voting Rights Promotion Act, which will restore the repeal provisions of the election law. Voting rights law. He also suggested that he be open to issues such as voting rights.
Kemp faced a backlash from Biden and major Atlanta-based companies, including Delta Air Lines and Coca-Cola. Kemp said on Thursday that he would not succumb to pressure from the company. He said companies that opposed the new law would not rejoin the board due to pressure from activists.
Camp said: “I can’t do anything about it.” “I won’t be bullied by these people. But I also don’t run a listed company. They will have to respond to shareholders. There are a lot of people working for them and doing business with them are very frustrated.”
Kemp signed the law last week and announced on Thursday that he had conducted more than 20 interviews in the past 24 to 36 hours to “push the truth away.”
Kemp said: “We… want to ensure that the election is safe, and all Georgians have confidence in it.”