ACLU of Georgia Invites Citizens Threatened with Prosecution for Allegedly Double Voting to Contact Them to Request Legal Assistance
ATLANTA – The ACLU of Georgia invites anyone threatened with prosecution for allegedly voting two times in the primary election, or for anything related to voting, to request legal assistance by contacting the organization as soon as possible.
“The ACLU of Georgia is at the forefront of protecting everyone’s sacred right to vote. We want every Georgia citizen to know that if you are being threatened with prosecution for exercising your right to vote, please contact us immediately at acluga.org/help.” said Andrea Young, executive director of the ACLU of Georgia.
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