"Voters are designated inactive if they did not vote in the past five years, according to the Georgia law enacted this year. Previously, voters had three years before they were deemed inactive. Registrations are canceled if they do not vote in the two general elections after they become inactive, according to the Journal-Constitution.
Georgia election officials reportedly have not decided whether they will release the list of names in advance.
The Hill reached out to the Georgia secretary of state's office for comment."
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