They’ve grown especially ugly since Abrams won the Democratic nomination in her quest to lead Georgia.
The Abrams campaign signs Jenkins placed on her lawn were frequently stolen; she would replace them.
But then came the one-word, handwritten messages on white pieces of paper that started showing up in her mailbox.
They especially don’t want us to go vote for someone who may be able to help us.”.
Georgia made national headlines recently after the Associated Press found that 70 percent of the voter registration applications being held up by Kemp, who is also Georgia’s secretary of state, are African American.
Most civil rights groups consider it a voter suppression tactic.
Maybe that’s why Jenkins kept knowledge of voter intimidation tactics to herself; because they are neither new nor does she expect them to work. »