Blog Post Date: Oct 15th, 2020
Blog Post Updated: Oct 19th, 2020
Here is the general voter suppression blog.
This blog will try to list some of the more blatant voter suppression efforts attempted in South Carolina by the criminal, racist, unpatriotic Republican party.
GOP using the courts and corrupt undemocratic racist judges to suppress the votes (sometimes they lose)
🚨BREAKING: South Carolina issues new directive banning counties from disqualifying absentee ballots based on signature matching. pic.twitter.com/CE7B8r4O0I— Marc E. Elias (@marceelias) October 27, 2020
Supreme Court revives ballot witness requirement (voter suppression)
‘Enabling state voter suppression tactics,’ US Supreme Court revives GOP’s ballot witness requirement in South Carolina https://t.co/R6hpvGg80Y— Raw Story (@RawStory) October 6, 2020
SCOTUS actively supporting voter suppression in South Carolina. Nevertheless Lindsey Graham is going to lose his seat. https://t.co/M1ulM2fgrJ— Barbara Malmet (@B52Malmet) October 6, 2020
Again the Supreme Court sides with republicans on voter suppression. They have ordered the state of South Carolina to reinstate witness requirements for mail in ballots. pic.twitter.com/wSq4buY3WG— katherine ✌🏻❤️🎸🌎🧚🌺🌼🌸 (@katherineOma) October 6, 2020
Locking ballot drop boxes so minorities can't vote in democratic areas
Shame on every single Republican legislator in South Carolina. Every one.— John Kraljevich (@JohnSpiroSpero) October 14, 2020
York County, SC has a secure dropbox built into the foot-thick wall of the government building.
This is what it looks like today.
Want to fight voter suppression? Vote out your local GOP legislator. pic.twitter.com/wE7OjLwWhU
Lexington County drop box. pic.twitter.com/P27Q1IKqCY— WatchYourRepsSC (@WatchYourRepsSC) October 14, 2020
GOP SC Senator loves segregation and voter suppression, intimidation etc.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, who is facing steep re-election challenge in South Carolina, drew criticism on Wednesday after he invoked the “good old days of segregation” during Judge Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation hearing.https://t.co/JDMEJoB5tu pic.twitter.com/uH0iJPViKP— The New York Times (@nytimes) October 14, 2020