It’s a good time to remind voters of some changes coming to the polling place this fall, changes that could affect several people in the community, especially senior citizens.
Nicholas Harrington believes in the importance of voting, and he's afraid that a new Georgia law will make it harder for senior citizens like himself to vote in the next election.
The state now requires a photo identification to vote. Senior citizens hope that something will be done to make getting a picture ID simple.
The Superintendent of Elections says people without an id can vote with an absentee ballot, which does not require any form of identification.
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