Suppression of minority voters is the domestic parallel of Trumpism’s xenophobic immigration policy — an attempt to put a white thumb on the demographic scale.
Whenever someone tells me voting doesn’t matter I ask “Then why are they fighting so hard to keep us from doing it?”
The governor’s race in Georgia between Brian Kemp and Stacey Abrams is a virtual tie. But Kemp has invoked the so-called exact-match law to suspend 53,000 voter-registration applications, for infractions as minor as a hyphen missing from a surname. 
The white supremacist thumb is tipping the scales against black and brown voting rights - all across the country, writes
Literacy tests, poll taxes, and grandfather clauses, once the most common mechanisms for disadvantaging minority voters, have been consigned to the history books, but one need look no further than Georgia to see their modern equivalents in action. 
Voter-Suppression Tactics in the Age of Trump
Important piece by ⁦⁩ on the voter suppression tactics in Georgia and the broader, insidious political project they represent.
Voter-Suppression Tactics in the Age of Trump. by via
Making America Great Again in action, I suppose