PAYWALL: In this op-ed, Protect Democracy’s Clint Swift and Peter Simmons argue that “Georgia is about to inactivate or remove 375,000 voter records. Maintaining an accurate list can still keep voting equitable and accessible to all, the authors say.“
Peter Simmons is a Georgia state policy advocate at Protect Democracy. He is a policy professional and attorney focusing on democracy, governance, and constitutional issues with an emphasis on policy advocacy and analysis, coalition building, and engaging in the legislative process. He has served in advocacy and legislative positions in the United States and abroad where he honed his skills in legislative drafting and legal analysis. Peter holds a Juris Doctorate from the Howard University School of Law, a Bachelor’s from Georgia State University, and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Legislative Affairs from George Washington University.
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