The track record is that of fake political news coverage from the left-wing crazies.
In the last election:
Brian Kemp is Georgia’s governor due to one of the most controversial elections in recent memory. As secretary of state since 2010, he had eight years to winnow the electorate to his liking before November 2018, and did so by purging 1.4 million voters...https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2019/12/georgia-voter-suppression-under-kemp.html
"But there was one little-discussed election rule that had disenfranchised thousands of people in the 7th District, throughout Georgia and in states across the country in 2018. This rule hadn't just barred people from voting on Election Day; it had disenfranchised them four weeks earlier...an APM Reports investigation has found that 87,000 Georgians were barred from voting in 2018 because they'd registered after the deadline.
National experts who have studied the issue say that registration deadlines don't necessarily make elections more secure, as proponents claim, but they are a useful tool for preventing people from voting"https://www.apmreports.org/story/2019/1 ... 0-election
"Kemp, who is running for governor against Democrat Stacey Abrams, says his actions comply with a 2017 state law that requires voter registration information to match exactly with data from the Department of Motor Vehicles or Social Security Administration.
The law disproportionately affects black and Latino voters, say the civil rights groups who brought the lawsuit.
As a scholar of African-American history, I recognize an old story in this new electoral controversy.
Georgia, like many southern states, has suppressed black voters ever since the 15th Amendment gave African-American men the right to vote in 1870.
The tactics have simply changed over time."https://www.pbs.org/newshour/politics/georgia-election-fight-shows-that-black-voter-suppression-a-southern-tradition-still-flourishes
You are lying about 150 years of history. Those are just examples, there's lots more racist cheating where they came from.