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Georgia voters can now enroll for free ID protection
Secretary of State's office announces service for people on exposed list
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Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp

ATLANTA — The Secretary of State’s office is providing one year of complimentary credit monitoring and identity restoration services to all Georgia voters whose information appeared on the Oct. 13 voter list.

Eligible voters may enroll in the services at the Secretary of State’s website.

“While I am confident that every voter’s personal data is secure, these services are being offered to provide Georgia voters with peace of mind,” Secretary of State Brian Kemp said.

Enrollment in CSID Protector Coverage is open through Feb. 14. The coverage lasts through Dec. 31. CSID Protector Coverage is a comprehensive product that includes credit monitoring, CyberAgent Internet surveillance, change-of-address monitoring and Social Security number trace.

Additionally, identity restoration services will be provided to all Georgia voters whose information was included on the Oct. 13 voter list if their identities are stolen at any point through Dec. 31. No enrollment is required for the identity restoration services.

For any questions pertaining to this process, or for additional assistance, voters can go to the Secretary of State office’s website or call the office’s voter data security hotline at 404-654-6045.

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