Princeton PhD candidate finds that Georgia's 'exact match' law could disenfranchise 909,540 eligible voters, says it would disproportionately affect ethnic and racial minorities.
Brian Kemp's discriminatory & inaccurate "exact match" system could disenfranchise 30% of eligible voters in Georgia, a whopping 909,540 people
Georgia’s ‘exact match’ law could disenfranchise 909,540 eligible voters, my research finds
Merging data: boring phase of research most of us would rather skip. But linking records correctly matters for both research and democracy. (on the job market!) is perfecting record linkage. He shows how it affects the franchise here
Analysis: Georgia’s "exact match" law could disenfranchise 909,540 eligible voters, research finds
This is exactly what John Roberts wanted when his Court gutted the Voting Rights Act.
Georgia’s ‘exact match’ law could disenfranchise 909,540 eligible voters, my research finds
I feel that maybe your ID and address should match up.
Legions of grad students spend countless hours sweating the sausage-making of name matching. The Ivory Tower rat race under-rewards that work. Here's why it matters. A lot. Props to , , and all those who know that work well.
I’ve had it. This is what you need to do to win? It’s disgusting and pathetic. We‘ll take Congress to check the Presidency, then state houses to stop this garbage. We’ve amended the U.S. Constitution many times to expand voting rights, let’s do it again.
Super interesting research by in today estimating almost a million voters would be disenfranchised by #Georgia’s exact match law