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‘His Voting Card Was Invalid’: Brian Kemp’s Attempt Of Voter Suppression Bites Back As He’s Unable To Initially Vote

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‘His Voting Card Was Invalid’: Brian Kemp’s Attempt Of Voter Suppression Bites Back As He’s Unable To Initially Vote

Georgia Secretary of State and GOP gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp, who came under fire for his attempt to suppress African Americans from voting, was played by his own state’s voter ID laws and had trouble voting for himself earlier on Tuesday.

“It turns out his voting card was invalid,” a reporter with Atlanta’s WSB-TV revealed in a video report on Kemp’s issues voting at his polling place in Winterville, Georgia.

In Kemp’s state, voters must present a Georgia driver’s license, government employee ID, valid U.S. passport, valid military ID, valid tribal ID or a free voter ID card distributed through a country registrar or Department of Driver Services Office.

It was not reported as to what Kemp’s issue was with his voter ID, but according to WSB-TV, the GOP candidate’s identification was and added that Kemp was eventually able to cast his ballot.

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