Alice O’Lenick’s comments on elections in #Georgia took center stage tonight at the #Gwinnett elections board meeting which had nearly three hours of public comment — while #AliceMustGo hashtag became one the top trending topics on Twitter in the US #GaPol
WATCH: One-on-one today with @staceyabrams spoke right to this after I asked if she will run for governor again - or will there be a greater need for her to continue advocating for equal voting rights.
#soundup ⤵️ @FOX5Atlanta #gapol @fairfightaction
@TheSubMama @MarilynRMarks1 @GabrielSterling Believe it or not, electronic voting systems (like Dominion) have been the subject of lawsuits BEFORE trump ever thought to use them as an excuse for his conspiracy theories.
Some of us have been working on dangers of hackable, insecure voting systems for quite some time.
O'Lenick isn't even trying to hide her bias against Democratic voters and voters of color in Gwinnett County. She has made clear that her only motivation is pure partisanship, engaging openly in rhetoric that is more suited for a political party hack than an elections official.
County election board members and chairs should celebrate high voter turnout, regardless of outcome, not advocate laws that will benefit one party over the other. It also should be noted that O'Lenick has a history of racist statements on social media.
We are joining 16 other voting rights and civil rights orgs in calling for the resignation of Gwinnett County elections chair Alice O'Lenick after she threatened state lawmakers and demanded they make voting more difficult in Georgia to help Republicans win. #AliceMustGo #gapol
GOP chair of the Gwinnett County elections board on why she wants GA legislature to impose new restrictions on voting. “They don’t have to change all of them, but they’ve got to change the major parts of them so that we at least have a shot at winning.”
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