56% are under 35 and none has previous voting record in state
By WND News Services
Published December 18, 2020 at 12:17pm
Daily Caller News Foundation
Almost 76,000 voters who did not vote in Georgia’s November elections have registered ahead of the state’s dual Senate runoffs on Jan. 5, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
If those new voters turn out, they could make a sizable difference in a state where the November presidential race was decided by only 12,000 votes.
Fifty-six percent of the new voters are under 35 years old, and none has a previous voting record in the state, according to the AJC, which purchased an updated voter list from Georgia’s Secretary of State. The majority of Georgia’s newest voters are also people of color, despite Georgia being 53% white.