Georgia store offers gun raffle tickets to voters
ATLANTA (AP) — Want a chance to win a rifle or handgun? Go vote. That's the message from an Atlanta-area sporting goods store.
The promotion caught the attention of the secretary of state's office last week and drew a complaint from a state senator who said it may break the law.
Georgia law prohibits anyone from giving or receiving money or gifts in exchange for voting, and felony charges could be brought if the law were broken, Secretary of State Brian Kemp said in a statement.
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