Georgia Lawmakers Are About To Discuss Absentee on Request Ballots

October 23, 2023
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Georgia Lawmakers Are About To Discuss Absentee on Request Ballots

📅 The Gist: On November 1, the Senate Committee on Ethics will convene to discuss proposed legislation related to absentee ballots and Georgia’s voting systems.

📢 Why It Matters: The outcome of this meeting could influence the future of absentee voting in Georgia, with potential implications for voter accessibility and election security.

What’s Happening:

  • Senator Max Burns, the chairman, will lead the two-session meeting.
  • Input will be sought from the Secretary of State and other key stakeholders about Georgia’s elections and electronic voting systems.

🏃 Catch Up Quick:

  • Who: Sen. Max Burns and Senate Ethics Committee Members.
  • When: November 1, 2023. Session 1 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and Session 2 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Where: 307 Coverdell Legislative Office Building, Atlanta, Georgia.

🖼️ The Big Picture: The meeting will be accessible to the public via live-stream on the Senate website, and the agenda is available online.

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