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A Fulton County judge ruled Friday that Georgia voters will have to present a photo ID when casting a ballot in Tuesday’s primary election, rejecting a motion by Democrats who argued the law could disenfranchise voters.
Fulton County Superior Court Judge Tom Campbell ruled that the Democrats failed “to meet the legal standard” to block the state from requiring all in-person voters to present valid, government-issued photo identification to cast a ballot.
The issue now is how much the Democratic Party of Georgia has had to shell out for what most observers knew was a foregone defeat.