HomePoliticsTURN OUT UP 212% FOLLOWING NEW VOTER ID LAWS IN GEORGIA? DEMS DEAD WRONG AGAIN Politics TURN OUT UP 212% FOLLOWING NEW VOTER ID LAWS IN GEORGIA? DEMS DEAD WRONG AGAIN May 28, 2022 Rob Lauer Political Reporter When Republican activist Dave Gibbs filed a ballot initiative requiring voter ID in Nevada earlier this year Democrats sued claiming it would suppress voter turn out and discriminate against blacks and other minorities. That was the same line of attack used following Georgia’s voter ID laws, the Election Integrity Act of 2021, originally known as Georgia Senate Bill 202. Now we have the facts. On May 20, Georgia voters spoke, 212% more voters spoke. That’s right, voter turn out was up by 168% from the last gubernatorial primary in 2018 and up 212% from the presidential primary in 2020 when President Trump was on the ballot, according to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, after the voter ID law was passed. Someone please tell the liberal judge in Carson City who struck down the voter ID ballot initiative the good news. About 79% of Americans support voter ID laws and almost every nation on Earth requires an ID to vote except the U.S. Its turns out that black voters also wanted voter ID in Georgia. So it comes down to whom do you trust? Georgia’s huge success with voter ID once again proves how truly racist Democrats are when they claimed minorities are too dump to get an ID in order to vote or the people of Georgia and Nevada? Dave Gibbs, President of Repair the Vote told 360 News The voter ID Debate is over. The Georgia election proves our point. Voter ID gives voters confidence in the process and thus more people vote. Dave went on to tell us about the current status of his ballot initiative. The Carson City Judge approved new language giving us clear direction to move forward. So now that we have the judge’s approval we are refiling the ballot initiative and will be gathering 180K signatures require by November 23rd. Then is goes to the legislature in 2023 where they must vote up or down. If the legislature votes down voter ID, then it goes on the 2024 ballot automatically.