Tell Brian Kemp to release 50,000 voter registrations he’s holding hostage!
Petition to Brian Kemp:
We demand you immediately release the voter registrations of some 50,000 potential Georgia voters so that they can be allowed to vote in the midterm elections.
Early voting started this week in Georgia. And an unprecedented number of Georgians are showing up to the polls!1
Which may be why over 50,000 voters in Georgia have seen their registration forms unfairly held hostage by Georgia’s Secretary of State Brian Kemp. Even worse: he’s the top Republican on the ballot in Georgia, running for governor in an election he’s also charged with overseeing.
Brian Kemp is blocking over 50,000 people from voting, a majority of which are people of color. We cannot let this happen.
Sign the petition: Tell Brian Kemp to release the over 50,000 voter registrations that he’s holding as Secretary of State.
Since the Supreme Court struck down the Voting Rights Act, we’ve seen Republican-controlled states like Georgia go wild on voter suppression tactics. Brian Kemp is using an absurd “exact match” criteria to deny thousands of people of their right to vote for things as minor as a misplaced dot or dash.2
Worse, as Georgia Secretary of State, Brian Kemp has spent his time in office neglecting election security in his state. Under his leadership, key parts of Georgia’s voting systems have been exposed and vulnerable online. But instead of overseeing a free and fair election – in which he himself is running as a candidate for governor – Brian Kemp is blocking over 50,000 voters in Georgia from exercising their right to vote.
The midterm elections are just over two weeks away and it’s crucial that every eligible voter has their chance to cast a ballot. Tell Brian Kemp to release the voter registrations of over 50,000 people currently being held by his office.