Kemp defended the legislation, saying it makes it "easy to vote by expanding access to the polls and harder to cheat by ensuring the security of the ballot box."
Murray, the third-ranking Senate Democrat, has previously refrained from signaling support for overturning the filibuster, which typically requires a 60-vote bipartisan majority to pass legislation.
Cannon was charged with two felonies, one for allegedly "preventing or disrupting General Assembly sessions or other meetings of members" and one for willful obstruction. She was released on Thursday.
A lawsuit filed against Georgia's "Voter Suppression Bill" on Thursday alleges that it will impose "unjustifiable burdens disproportionately on the State's minority, young, poor, and disabled citizens."
"A decent man as president, a plan to protect us, it feels almost normal, but it's not," warns the latest Lincoln Project ad.
The Republican lieutenant governor of Georgia called Trump's strategy "unwinnable," saying the GOP needs "real leadership."
State lawmakers want to appoint a new chairman for the State Election Board and make Raffensperger a non-voting member of the board.
"Many members of Congress have to stand in long lines to enter the chamber going through metal detectors, emptying our pockets and being treated very disrespectfully," Greene said.
"It's not simply a different circumstance. It's apples and bowling balls," said the former Georgia gubernatorial candidate.
The Reverend James Woodall accused the GOP secretary of state of attempting to disenfranchise thousands of eligible voters throughout Georgia.
The civil rights organization accused the Trump campaign and Republican National Convention of violating the Ku Klux Klan Act in their election lawsuits.
"Republicans had a plan for stopping voters from getting to the polls. We beat them in multiple states and flipped the outcome," the former Georgia gubernatorial candidate said.
Santorum insinuated that this year's massive voter turnout is proof that voter suppression is not an issue.
The 127,000 drive-thru ballots from Harris County's early voting will be counted, despite GOP efforts to throw them out.
Texans protests outside a federal courthouse the day before Election Day, calling on the state to count the 127,000 early votes in question.
"This is a 100-year flood of voters that we are seeing," said Stanford Law School professor Nate Persily.
U.S. District Judge Victor Marrero ordered far-right activists Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman to cease their campaign of "electoral terror" by making misleading robocalls while comparing the pair's tactics to those of the Ku Klux Klan on Wednesday.
The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office launched the probe after the men—at least one of whom was armed—were reportedly stationed outside an early voting location in St. Petersburg.
The company has also rejected 2.2 million ads that failed to complete the political ads authorization process.
"The right to vote and the right to keep and bear arms are not mutually exclusive. No voter should be forced to choose between these fundamental principles," State Rep. Beau LaFave said.
On Thursday, a Travis County District Judge issued an injunction blocking the governor from only allowing each county in Texas to have one drop-off location for mail-in ballots.
The conservative commentator said it was "plainly ridiculous" to argue that long voting lines amounted to voter suppression.
Virginians seeking to register to vote in the upcoming election have been advised to print out and complete a paper application in the interim.
Election officials have been working to avoid the kind of chaos Georgia faced during the pushed-back primary elections in June.
Abbott's order has shut numerous sites in some of the state's biggest cities and Democratic strongholds.
Florida residents who want to vote in November's election had until 12 a.m. Tuesday to register.
There are too many in politics who place the pursuit of power ahead of the preservation of our democracy and election integrity. This is a threat to us all.
Michigan prosecutors say deceptive robocalls made in heavily Democratic areas urged voters to "beware of vote by mail" while warning that those who vote in November's election could be entered into a police database of be forced into receiving "mandatory vaccines."