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Civil rights groups are suing the secretary of state, who is also the Republican candidate for governor, after tens of thousands of voter applications were held up. Most are from African-Americans.

Georgia Puts 53,000 Voter Applications On Hold Weeks Before Election

By Johnny Kauffman NPR
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