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Does New York actually have stricter voting restrictions than Georgia? Rather than trying to come up with some objective measure of voting restrictions, I'll cover the claims, the regulations, and where NY and Georgia are moving relative to themselves. The claim is a combination of cherry picking, whataboutism, and lies about election security. As we'll see,...


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Yes and no It depends. For example, non-citizens can buy guns, but they cannot vote. A non-citizen would say owning a gun is easier than voting. On the other hand, convicted felons can often vote, but they cannot purchase a gun. A felon would say voting is easier than buying a gun. Voting registration The most stringent voting requirements at the time of ...


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