You will probably recall that the Obama Department of Justice has decided not to pre-clear Georgia's verification process for voting. Under the process, Georgia's Secretary of State cross referenced voter registration information to drivers license and social security data to make sure what a person claimed was verifiable to ensure only citizens voted in Georgia.
When Georgia ran the test, which the Department of Justice helped design, 2,100 people were called into question for legitimate reason. Undeterred, the DOJ is now saying the verification discriminates against minorities — even though there was no way to tell from the process or reports it generate what the race of any person is.
Georgia's Secretary of State is asking people to lend their voice via petition to let the DOJ know we should be allowed to stop non-citizens from voting.
Go here and sign the petition. Let your voice be heard.