Reasonable Restrictions on the Franchise: Georgia's Voter Identification Act of 2006

Colwell, Joseph M.
March 2012
Mercer Law Review;Spring2012, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p1129
Academic Journal
The article discusses the Georgia Supreme court case Democratic Party of Georgia Inc. v. Perdue in which the plaintiff named the Democratic Party of Georgia filed a declaratory action against Georgia election official who have violated the Voter Identification Act of 2006. The court held that registered Georgia voters should present valid photo identification at the voting polls during Georgia election.


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