Georgia Rep. charged with felonies for knocking on Kemp's door as he signed voter suppression bill
Democratic Georgia State Rep. Park Cannon was arrested and reportedly charged with two felonies for knocking on Republican Gov. Brian Kemp’s office door as he signed into law a sweeping voter suppression bill.
As Georgia's governor signed a bill changing state election rules, a Democratic state legislator was arrested for continuing to knock on his office door after state troopers instructed her to stop. She said she was arrested for fighting voter suppression.