What do you do when demographic shifts begin to move in a direction you find unpleasant? You make it harder for those demographics to vote. Which brings us to Georgia (as one example). “The state’s voter rolls have grown by nearly 2 million since the U.S. Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act in 2013, but polling locations have been cut by almost 10%, with Metro Atlanta hit particularly hard.” ProPublica: Why Do Nonwhite Georgia Voters Have to Wait in Line for Hours? (In America, if you see Black people in a long line, there’s an election coming up. If you see white people in a long line, there’s a new iPhone.)