Georgia Gov. Kemp: Election Reforms Worth the Boycotts, Lawsuits

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp says he’ll stand his ground in response to corporate backlash over a newly enacted law seeking to advance the integrity and fairness of elections in the state following the election rule changes made during the pandemic that led to controversy surrounding the 2020 election result. “Free and fair elections are the foundation of who we are as a state and a nation. Secure, accessible, fair elections are worth the threats, they are worth the boycotts, as well as the lawsuits,” Kemp told reporters during a press conference on April 3. “I want to be clear. I will not be backing down from this fight, and neither are the people who are here with me today.” Over the past week, top executives from several large corporations such as Coca-Cola, Citibank, and Delta Airlines have openly taken a stance against the election reforms aimed at protecting the sanctity of the ballot box in …

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