DEAR EDITOR:

The people (including your columnist today) who rail against the new voting law would be more persuasive if they were specific about their objections. (Columnist Kevin) Foley doesn’t recognize that minority in-person voting has been strong despite the objections to the voter ID requirement instituted some years ago.

My wife and I vote absentee, and we will no longer have to worry that some temporary election worker will decide that our signatures do not match the ones from when we registered 27 years ago. I’ve looked at the law in-depth and have come to the conclusion that the law makes it harder to cheat.

George Morlan

Acworth

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