Jason Snead, Executive Director of Honest Elections Project:

“Today, we filed an amicus brief in Georgia defending the fair, reasonable, and commonsense measures that the public wants in place to protect the integrity of their elections. SB 202 in Georgia made it easier to vote and harder to cheat, including measures that shortened long lines at polls while protecting voters in those lines from invasive last-second campaigning. Protecting the sanctity of polling places prevents administrative confusion, electioneering, and voter intimidation. No group should be able to give gifts to voters who are about to vote, and laws stopping that practice are common. That is why Georgia’s law should stand, and we argue that the Plaintiff’s motions should be denied.”