Alice O’Lenick was first quoted as having said she is “like a dog after a bone” in her determination to get county and state election laws changed so that Republicans “at least have a shot at winning.”
With Republicans indicating they plan to introduce restrictions on absentee voting in the name of election security and Democrats gearing up to fight what they say are forms of voter suppression, there are still some changes to the Georgia election laws that members of both parties agree on.
Workers in this small town said they followed safety protocols, only to see their beloved city manager succumb to the virus. The four infections underscore the risks faced by election officials as they worked through a pandemic.
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