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You Might Be Surprised by Georgia’s Rank on Strict Early Voting Laws

Ranked at the bottom of the list when it comes to access to early voting is a state that requires voters to provide an approved excuse in order to vote absentee. This state offers no in-person early voting at all. And, just as an additional tidbit, the state requires identification to vote.

Yes, Connecticut has some of the strictest early voting laws in the country.

Be honest, though: Did you think I was referring to Georgia? 

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