Election Integrity Update - 3/18/2023


On the March 18th Election Integrity Update we were encouraged to hear how scores of fellow Georgians concerned with election integrity were elected to leadership positions and sent the establishment packing last weekend at many county GOP conventions. We heard reports of successes and challenges in Cherokee, Chatham, Forsyth, and Fulton Counties.  Garland Favorito gave an update on VoterGA’s legislative work at the State Capitol and where the election integrity bills now stand, and Bill Quinn reported on the status of the Mental Health Bill HB 520.  Use the link below to view the March 18th Election Integrity Update, which will be available through April 1st. Please share this vital information with friends and family.

   Meeting Agenda 

Garland Favorito: VoterGA Legislative Update
Bill Quinn: Update on the Mental Health Bill HB 520
Election Integrity Leaders Prevail in County Elections
Mendy Moore, Forsyth
Stephanie Endres, Fulton
Brittany Brown, Chatham
Marcia Cox, Cherokee

Meeting Recording LinkCP-GA Election Integrity Update 3/18/2023  
Access Passcode:   dqHR58#l


Calls to Action:

On the March 25th Election Integrity Update at 9:00 a.m. ET hosted by the CP-GA Garland Favorito and other activists will be available to answer your questions about efforts to advance election integrity in Georgia.  Just text EIU03252023 to (404) 994-3586 to quickly register.  You can also RSVP with one click once you log into the website. Click here to log in or activate your account, then RSVP via the website. 

You should get an RSVP confirmation with the Zoom Conferencing info and helpful tips.  If you provide your email address but don't receive a confirmation email within a few minutes of registering, check your email provider's Spam or Junk folders.  If the email message isn't there, check the Zoom Meetings Help page for assistance.  

Click here to create an email to share this content with those you know who are concerned about and want news on election integrity. 

With a vision of victory,

Ricardo Davis
State Chairman
Constitution Party of Georgia
(404) 620-2440

P.S.   SB 222 closes a loophole in the Election Integrity Act of 2021 (SB 202) that still allows counties to accept private funding that may influence elections and Rep Gaines added in language to make the SEB independent. It passed out of the Governmental Affairs Committee and is now moving on to the House Rules Committee. Click here to contact members of the House Rules Committee to support this bill so it can be voted on the House Floor. 

P.P.S.  If you are able, please chip in $10 or more today so the CP-GA can cover the cost of meetings and campaigns to keep up the fight for election integrity here in Georgia.  Checking the “Monthly” option is an extra boost.