Watch: Students Support Voting Bill, Look What Happens When They Learn It’s Actually Georgia’s Law


Campus Reform ran an experiment — describe parts of the bill to students around Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., and get their reactions.

The results made it clear how little those who oppose the Georgia law actually know what it contains.

Check it out here:

The students interviewed were given a few key components of the “Election Integrity Act of 2021,” the law in question.

According to the interviewer, the bill would “require weekend early voting for two Saturdays” rather than just one, “give counties the option to expand it to two Sundays as well, clarify the polling hours more, make it more evident when voting is…, ban electioneering within 150 feet of the polls and require voter identification for in-person and absentees so you can’t cast multiple ballots, you can’t vote illegally.”

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