Article originally appeared on dailycaller.com.
During the 2022 midterm elections, Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams criticized Georgia’s updated voting laws believing they were a form of voter suppression; however, a recent University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs post-election poll shows that 0% of black Georgians had trouble voting.
Of black Georgia residents who participated in the post-election poll, 0% had a “poor” experience and 94.3% were either “very confident” or “somewhat confident” their vote counted as intended, according to the poll.
“Yet again, the myth of voter suppression in Georgia fails to be supported by a shred of evidence,” Republican Georgia Gov. Brain Kemp said in a release about the poll. “Democrats have juiced this lie for every cent it was worth, disparaging our state and undermining faith in our elections.”
Stacey Abrams, who criticized Georgia’s updated election law and claimed “voter suppression” occurred during the 2022 midterm elections, …
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