There are already laws against electioneering people waiting to vote, and there was in Georgia before the new law. I agree there should be no "I Love Biden" stickers on the people handing out such things. That said, the new law prevents a poll worker from handing out water to any individual (although they can leave unattended water stands).Passing out water or snacks should only be happening by poll workers. If random people wearing "I Love Trump" pins were passing out water and food at the polls, I guarantee Dems would be looking to enact laws to limit that. Would be nice if the law addressed this by requiring water and snacks to be available to those waiting.
I agree that it is not the sole intent of the law to limit voters. However, all of the expanded access provisions are still curtailed compared to the level of access permitted in the 2020 elections.Also, no one seems to point out some things in the new law that EXPAND the ability for people to vote, such as requiring that polling places have two Saturdays open for voting, with options for two Sundays as well. Saturdays were not previously required by law, and now they are. If the SOLE intent of the law was to limit voters, why was this included?