ATLANTA – With Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s signing of the new electoral law, there are many questions about what this means for postal voting and the use of mailboxes.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 elections saw a record number of voters choosing to vote by post.

Here are some of the changes voters will see to postal voting and ballot boxes under the new electoral law.

Governor Kemp has campaigned for a law requiring all 159 counties in Georgia to have at least one voter mailbox after saying it was not previously required.

Republicans said a revision of the electoral law was overdue, regardless of the 2020 election, in which the party suffered significant losses.