Georgia's new secretary of state released a list of 313,000 voter registrations that will soon be removed as part of federally-required list maintenance.
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Georgia's new secretary of state released a list of 313,000 voter registrations that will soon be removed as part of federally-required list maintenance.

Voting in Georgia has remained a prickly subject after last year's midterm elections. 

The governor's race between Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp and Democrat Stacey Abrams was steeped in allegations of voter suppression targeting minorities.

On Second Thought host Virginia Prescott speaks with GPB's Stephen Fowler.

Last week, the new secretary of state released a list of 313,000 voter registrations that will soon be removed as part of federally-required list maintenance.

GPB political reporter Stephen Fowler joined On Second Thought to discusses why the move is raising eyebrows.

You can find the full list and instructions to search for your name on GPBNews.org.

 

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