- Aug 11, 2011
I would very much like the know what the common Atlantian (not sure spelling) thinks of this move. It would have been great for their local economy on so many levels. I dont think the voting law they passed is good on the surface, have not dove too much into the finer print of the law, but i also think this is very much a knee jerk recation to this situation by the MLB.
But for all the right wing bluster about how the voting laws aren't violated in Georgia's new law the thing people should be concerned about is that the state can overturn local results. Back in early December when Trump called the state and said y'all need to find some votes. The election officials called bs on that but now that can be a thing in Georgia. And if you are a right winger thinking that's fine because it's Georgia, remember none of the voting rights of those who were supposedly were disenfranchised have been impacted. So it's entirely possible in 4 years Stacy Abrams is the governor of the state and she is appointing a commission to review ballot activity and remove votes without oversight.
That's what corporations are fighting.
Also, where does the law say they can overturn an election result without any proof or investigation?
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