The 2022 Georgia Elections Already On!

Posted June 17th, 2021 by Iron Mike

The fight for control of voting in Georgia continues,  – as does the fight for Secretary of State  – the elected official who controls voting in most states. 

Georgia’s new Election Law won’t mean diddly if the Secretary of State won’t enforce it,  – and the incumbent,  Brad Raffensperger,  – sure seemed to make a mess of the 2020 Presidential Election,  – and of the subsequent special elections for the US Senate.   Keep watching Georgia politics!

2 Responses to “The 2022 Georgia Elections Already On!”

  1. Walter Knight

    As usual Democrats are all about theater, but with no solutions. All hat, no cattle.

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    Democraps know ALL ABOUT farming, ranching, and raising livestock. Just ask them!

    Of course they’ve never done any of those things; – that would take work, sweat, taking risks, – and walking in manure,….

    But they quickly tell you how many cows you need to hand over – as YOUR FAIR SHARE.

    And of course they’ll regulate how many cows you can raise, what you can feed them, and the price of milk and beef.
    LBJ hearding cattle - photo-op....

    LBJ “herding cattle” – a photo-op….

  2. Sonny's Mom

    Brad Raffensperger beat David Belle Isle– former Alpharetta mayor and city council member– in the 2018 race for Georgia Secretary of State. Now David is running for GA SoS again and this is actually his 2022 campaign ad.