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This week, we must continue to pressure the Senate to reject S. 1, the bill that, should it become law, will codify and cement into place the corruption that we saw during the 2020 election. It must be defeated.

Read through a summary of this monstrosity on our website and use our how-to guide to fight back, and make sure to share these resources widely. You can also learn more about the bill reading this social media thread.

Call your Senators

There are two messages you need to give your Senators when you call. Also, be sure to call with these messages whether your Senators are Republican or Democrat.

Tell them to vote NO on the Corrupt Politicians Act (S.1.). Tell them they must protect election transparency by voting no. No amendments can fix this bill. They must vote NO.

Contact the Following Corporations

The Georgia legislature recently passed election integrity bills, and the left is hopping mad. Nobody is surprised to see them using lies to intimidate and bully companies that are headquartered in Georgia into getting involved in this fight. They’re saying precautions like making sure signatures match between a ballot and the voter file are racist and violates the right to vote. This is insane. It hurts everyone if elections can be easily corrupted or stolen. Every legitimate vote, from every legitimate voter, no matter his or her race, is diluted and negated by fraudulent votes.

We need to counteract their bullying by contacting these same companies and telling them to refuse to get involved – to stay on the sidelines, where they belong, and to let the duly elected representatives of the people of Georgia do what the people elected them to do. They need to hear from us or they will believe that the only side out there is the left’s side. The information below is what the left is sending out to their activists.

If you have time, please call and email these companies. Otherwise, pick one – calling or emailing. Please make sure to forward this to everyone you know because we must show them that it’s time to stop getting involved in the legislative process!

If you don’t have much time, use this link to send a pre-written email to all of the CEO’s for you, and it takes seconds to do. Then share the link!

 

AFLAC

Dan Amos
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
706-323-3431
damos@aflac.com

Teresa White
President, Aflac U.S.
twhite@aflac.com

Aflac Worldwide Headquarters
1932 Wynnton Road
Columbus, GA 31999

Home Depot

Craig Menear
Chairman and CEO
Board member, Atlanta Committee for Progress
770-384-2930
craig_menear@homedepot.com

2455 Paces Ferry Road
Atlanta, GA 30339

770-433-8211 - HQ

Southern Company

Thomas, A. Fanning
Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President
404-506-0506
tfanning@southernco.com

30 Ivan Allen Junior Blvd Northwest
Atlanta, GA 30308

404-506-5000 – HQ

Coca-Cola

James Robert B. Quincey
Chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company
404-676-2121
jquincey@coca-cola.com

1 Coca-Cola Plaza
Atlanta, GA 30313

Delta

Glen Hauenstein
President of Delta Air Lines
404-715-1601
glen.w.hauenstein@delta.com

Ed Bastian
CEO
404-715-6653
edward.bastian@delta.com

P.O. Box 20706
Atlanta, GA 30320

1030 Delta Blvd
Atlanta, GA 30354

404-715-2600 – HQ

UPS

Carol B. Tomé
Chief Executive Officer
404-828-6000
ctome@ups.com

55 Glenlake Parkway NE
Atlanta, GA 30328