Tennessee Voter Registration: w/o 'Mr', 'Mrs', or 'Ms', You're Out of Luck

The Tennessee Black Voter Project has won an important victory. ““Petitioners are aware of no Tennessee law that conditions one’s eligibility for the right to vote on the basis of gender or salutation,” Tennessee Black Voter Project said in its filings. And they won an important victory. Over 10,000 registrations had been held back…since AUGUST.

“Here’s where you can donate to them: http://civictn.org/

Kemp's "Exact Match": You're registered...if he feels like it.

Under this policy, information on voter applications must precisely match information on file with the Georgia Department of Driver Services or the Social Security Administration. Election officials can place non-matching applications on hold.

An application could be held because of an entry error or a dropped hyphen in a last name, for example. Voters aren't notified, either, when their applications are put on hold.

Question 3,584 you should ask, when someone tells you Americans don’t care about voting: Are you sure their Secretary of State actually processed their registration?

Source: http://time.com/5421332/georgia-brian-kemp...