FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 9, 2015
Contact: Ricardo Davis, 404-620-2440
ATLANTA, GA – The Constitution Party of Georgia stands with Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy S. Moore in his actions to uphold the rule of law by calling Federal District Judge Granade’s legal bluff.
State Chairman Ricardo Davis noted, “Moore’s publicly available letter to the Probate Judges was a straightforward and readable explanation of Granade’s actions and the law related to the Probate Judge. The bottom line: Granade’s order and subsequent clarification did not direct the state officials who are charged with the responsibility of issuing marriage licenses to do anything. The injunction only applies to the sole defendant in the case, the Alabama Attorney General.”Read more
“The right to vote embraces not only a voter’s access to the ballot, but also his access to alternative viewpoints and positions presented on the ballot.”
We all may agree with the court ruling quoted above, but the fact is we live in a political and legal world dominated by two "major" parties which appear to be doing all they can to make it more difficult to secure the right to vote. The Constitution Party of Georgia is involved in a legal fight for your full right to vote, rights that have already been won in Tennessee and other states.Read more
Outside a Cobb County Chick-fil-A, a representative from a conservative Christian group told Davis she supports the biblical definition of marriage and family and Cathy.
“We believe he should be able to express that without other groups coming in and trying to, you know, hurt his business,” said Rebekah Davis of the Constitution Party of Georgia...
See the full report from WSB-TV reporter Diana Davis