“The right to vote is the fundamental right that protects all of the others, but in states around the country, it is under attack,” said Mike Bloomberg. “That's a disgrace to our Constitution and an insult to generations of people who fought and marched to win the right to vote.”
Bloomberg is among a string of White House hopefuls to outline his ballot access policy in Georgia, which in 2018 was the home to a clash over voting rights between Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp, who as secretary of state oversaw elections.
Shortly after her narrow defeat, Abrams launched the Fair Fight group to promote ballot access and challenge electoral policy in court.
The group filed a far-reaching lawsuit that seeks to overturn state laws that resulted in purged registrations, canceled ballots and other obstacles to voting.