The letters, sent over the weekend to Cobb and Gwinnett counties, follows a similar complaint made last week to Fulton County over the notice’s course of action. The notice says a voter will be declared “inactive” if they don’t respond within 30 days. The ACLU says voters who have moved within the same county they were already registered in shouldn’t face such a course of action.
The group has taken no issue to the mailer going to people who have moved outside their county, either to somewhere else in Georgia or to another state. But it says voters who move within the same county should not face the possibility of being declared “inactive” because state law doesn’t mandate such an action for that particular group of voters. The ACLU said it believes it also goes beyond what’s federally allowed.