​Now that Georgia’s 40-day legislative session has concluded, elected officials can finally get back to doing the truly important work – winning their next election. In every election year, particularly one with a hotly-contested governor’s race at the top of the ticket, the bills crafted by lawmakers during session are often written with their upcoming campaign in mind. Given the strong majority possessed by the Republican Party, they had the greatest opportunity to pass bills that would get their voters to the polls.  

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