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At the New Hampshire rally this week, Trump returned again to his desire for stronger voter ID laws.
Days earlier, Trump wrote in a tweet that no other election security measures pending in Washington should move forward unless voter ID laws are addressed first. Voter ID laws have drawn sharp opposition from Democrats and good government groups who note voter fraud is uncommon and say requiring IDs can disenfranchise some voters.
Fortunately, at least some states are taking steps to ensure voting integrity. Georgia is in the process of replacing its electronic voting machine with machines that will also print paper ballots.
Although Stacey Abrams is not mentioned in the article above, there is little doubt that she was the person most responsible for forcing the issue. As the Parody Project reminds us, "Stacy is in this for the long haul"
Stacy is likely one of the plaintiffs who filed suit in 2017. As a result of that lawsuit, federal District Court Judge Amy Totenberg ruled that Georgia could no longer use paperless voting machines, starting with the 2020 election.