We’ve seen this before:
Georgia counties cut back early voting sites ahead of Senate runoffs, alarming voting rights advocates
“Four of the 10 most populous counties in Georgia are reducing the number of locations where people can vote early in the state’s Senate runoff races, prompting outcry from civil rights and voting rights organizations.
“In Cobb County, the state’s third most populous county with more than 760,000 residents, election officials have announced five early voting locations, fewer than half of the 11 used for early voting ahead of last month’s general election…
“In an interview with The Washington Post, Cobb County Elections Director Janine Eveler said she didn’t have the staff to run more early voting sites.”
The counties say that they are broke because they had to pay for recounts —plural— ordered by Georgeduh’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and by Lord Damp Nut, so they might not be directly suppressing the vote, but the end result might be the same.