Voting Rights

Georgia Chamber Voter Guide
June 25, 2021

The Georgia Chamber is working with businesses, local communities, and state leaders to educate citizens on the 2021 elections legislation. To learn more, please download our new voter’s guide:

Georgia Voter Guide

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Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) Provides Nonpartisan Overview of Georgia’s Recent Elections Legislation
April 1, 2021

The Georgia Chamber is working with businesses, local communities, and state leaders to provide accurate information on the state’s recent elections legislation. For a nonpartisan explanation, we encourage everyone to read the following article provided by Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB): https://www.gpb.org/news/2021/03/27/what-does-georgias-new-voting-law-sb-202-do.

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Georgia Chamber Commends Governor Kemp and the General Assembly on Voting Rights Action
March 25, 2021

In February, the Georgia Chamber stated that with respect to pending election legislation, we believe it should be easy to vote, hard to commit fraud and that Georgians should have faith and confidence in secure, accessible, and fair elections.

Legislation, passed today, historically broadens access to the ballot box for all communities, provides for additional poll worker training, allows for poll workers to work across county lines, while also modernizing and addressing issues of security and transparency. Through codifying full access to weekend voting as well as drop boxes for all counties in our state, this legislation moves Georgia forward in expanding access to the ballot box while ensuring we remain a secure state in which to cast a ballot.

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Building Voter Confidence in Georgia
February 5, 2021

The Georgia Chamber of Commerce believes the right to vote is one of the most sacred rights of a U.S. Citizen. We also believe that free enterprise thrives when democracy is secured, and civility is embraced. By upholding the American ideal of free and fair elections, we demonstrate our commitment to protect the votes and rights of all Georgians and the growth of free enterprise. In 2020, Georgia voting laws were in line with 33 other states for absentee, early, and day-of voting.

To that end, the Georgia Chamber supports accessible and secure voting while upholding election integrity and transparency. Simply put, we believe that it should be easy to vote, hard to commit fraud, and that Georgians should have faith and confidence in secure, accessible, and fair elections.

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