Colorado, like several big west states, has some different requirements for voting b/c of the geographic nature of their state. Some more restrictive, like less days to vote early, some less, like mailing ballots to registered voters.
But what exactly is it that you take issue with the new Georgia law? The expanded early voting days? Dropping of signature verification on mail-in ballots? Required two Saturdays for early voting. Up to 2 Sundays for early voting? No excuse required absentee voting? Providing proof of state residency with a DL # or free provided state ID # with absentee ballots?
Just what is so restrictive?
Why restrict Sunday voting?
Who has voter drives on Sundays?
Why ban giving water to people waiting in line to vote?
Who waits in the longest lines?
You really don't think Republicans used lots of data to target the law?