Elections board in Georgia’s Cobb County delays vote on polling site at police academy in largely Black voting precinct

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

ATLANTA — When Norris Curl moved to west Cobb County from Los Angeles earlier this year, the 64-year-old Black man said one of the first things he did was register to vote in Georgia. “Historically, Blacks have not always had the privilege of voting when it is, to me, one of the most hallowed civic duties you can carry out,” he said. Yet, as Curl sat inside a Cobb County government facility Monday afternoon with a couple dozen other concerned voters, he worried some voters may shy away from the polls because of a recent decision elections officials made to move a majority-Black polling precinc…

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