The National Redistricting Foundation, which was formed by Nancy Pelosi and Eric Holder, sued Georgia this week and is falsely accusing Republican lawmakers of disenfranchising voters. In response, conservative businessman and Secretary of State Brian Kemp issued the following statement:
Our borders are broken and America’s immigration system is in complete disarray. Fundamental reform is long overdue but all we get is lip service and empty promises from career politicians in Congress.
To put hardworking Georgians – not illegal immigrants - first, we must:
E-commerce giant, Amazon, Inc., is looking to build a new headquarters in North America.
Georgia should be the obvious pick.
Join the Fight to Put Hardworking Georgians First!
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