Colorado voting requires photo ID, signature verification (which GA just got rid of), prevents campaign workers from giving food/water to people 100ft. from polls, & has 2 less early voting days.

So @MLB moved the game from a 51% Black city to a 9% Black city for racial justice.
Also polls are completely closed on Sundays, as opposed to Georgia’s optional open Sundays for all counties, which I was told was a deliberate attack on churchgoing Black people.
These takes are starting to roll in now.

First, there are voter access pros and cons to each, and acting as if one is clearly measurably less restrictive, is more disinformation.
Second, congrats on luring people, myself included, on directly comparing CO and GA as if those are the only two states in the union, in order to distract from the actual argument, that GA's voting laws are less restrictive than 40+ other states not being boycotted.
It should also be pointed out that the state of Georgia provides free voter ID cards for anyone unable to provide any of their six accepted forms of identification.…

This would be easier to obtain than any of CO's "non-photo" forms of ID.

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