The Huffington Post reports:
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said Tuesday voters waiting in line in Georgia could order food from Grubhub or UberEats after a new state law criminalized offers of free food and water near polling stations. “They can order a pizza,” Kemp said on the conservative cable news network Newsmax. “They can order Grubhub or UberEats, right?” Among the law’s provisions is a rule barring anyone other than election workers from offering food or water to voters within 150 feet of a polling place.
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This has to be a joke, right?? @BrianKempGA defends his voter suppression bill that criminalizes giving water to people waiting in long lines to vote by saying they can order Uber Eats. #gagov #gapol #SB202 pic.twitter.com/bEXPN4Mn1F
— Sam Newton (@SamNewton) April 7, 2021