No Voter Suppression In Georgia, Highest Ever Midterm Turnout

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At a glance

  • Despite claims of voter suppression from Democrats, Georgia voter turnout reached a record-high in this year’s midterm election, with one-third of all accepted ballots being cast by minority voters.
  • Despite Democrats’ allegations of Republicans intentionally attempting to suppress the minority vote, there were a record 3,957,598 voters who cast ballots in the 2022 midterm election, according to Georgia Secretary of State data.
  • The near 4 million number was slightly up compared to 2018’s race, which had a total of 3,949,905 – a difference of 7,693 ballots.

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