How Georgia’s 2020 election year has changed amid coronavirus pandemic

A poll worker wearing protective gloves waits to assist voters during special election voting at city hall to fill an empty city council seat on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, in Dacula. The voting happens to on a day that was supposed to be the test run for the state's new election system before coronavirus COVID-19 caused it to be called off.
A poll worker wearing protective gloves waits to assist voters during special election voting at city hall to fill an empty city council seat on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, in Dacula. The voting happens to on a day that was supposed to be the test run for the state's new election system before coronavirus COVID-19 caused it to be called off.

Credit: John Amis

Credit: John Amis

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Host Greg Bluestein speaks with AJC statehouse and elections reporter Mark Niesse about the changes to Georgia's 2020 election year amid the coronavirus pandemic.

From the primary postponements to absentee ballots and more, Niesse discuss how the changes impact Georgia voters and candidates in a busy election year and what it all means.

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