Georgia's New Voting Laws Didn't Dampen Early Turnout — But Does That Mean Votes Weren't Suppressed?

When Georgia passed a controversial law last year putting new restrictions on voting access, many predicted lower turnout would follow. However, that hasn’t been in the case as the state has seen record early turnout ahead of its primary election. But does that mean the law didn’t suppress votes? NBCLX political editor Noah Pransky traveled to Georgia to find out.