Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
You've mentioned this several times recently and I must admit I'm a little confused by what you mean. I know that Republicans in Georgia and Texas have made efforts to tighten some issues of their prospective state's voting rules, some of it to repeal some of the rather lax voter initiatives instituted to accommodate covid requirements in 2020. But what I'm really interested in is an explanation of how those two states voter requirements differ from some of the blue or purple states such as New York or Delaware or New Jersey or Colorado or Rhode Island or Minnesota or Wisconsin. In other words, do Georgians or Texans have less opportunity or time for early voting or do they have harsher rules of absentee voting or do they require more stringent ID requirements for in person or absentee voting? Just what is it about those states voting requirements that qualify as "suppression" when compared to other states? Since you keep mentioning Republican voter suppression efforts I'm thinking maybe you know.
Short answer: Yes.
Long answer: "All I know is what I read in the Newspapers" (Will Rodgers)
Addendum: Next up is the Texas legislature, which is mostly Republican, redrawing all the Texas voting districts to reflect the 2020 census. Guess which party the new district shapes will heavily favor.

Now let's go back to arguing about vaccines.