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Voter Intimidation Is a Real Threat to the 2020 Race

Cases of intimidation at the polls, which have spiked in recent years, don’t bode well for the upcoming election

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LLast October, on the first day of Georgia’s early voting for midterm elections, the nonpartisan organization Black Voters Matter chartered a bus in…




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Anjali Enjeti

Anjali Enjeti

Journalist, critic & columnist at ZORA. Essay collection SOUTHBOUND (UGA Press) & debut novel THE PARTED EARTH (Hub City Press), spring ’21. anjalienjeti.com.

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