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Na’ilah Amaru, an advocacy and policy strategist who works on voting issues and served as a legislative aide to former Rep. John Lewis, said the language used about “fair elections” is loaded.

“What do fair elections mean to people who come from well-resourced communities and who have historically controlled power of statehouses, as opposed to what do fair elections mean to communities who have been intentionally excluded from formal modes of power and access to the ballot box?” she said.

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