Abrams and other Democratic leaders have urged major events and conferences who are critical of the law to stay in Georgia and finance efforts to fight the restrictions rather than boycott the state.
”Kelly Loeffler was benched by the voters of Georgia after she struck out trying to buy a Senate seat,” said Seth Bringman, a spokesman for the Fair Fight Action voting rights group Abrams started. “She and her Republican team traded the All-Star game for voter suppression of people of color in Georgia.”
Loeffler started Greater Georgia shortly after she was defeated by Warnock in the January runoff to serve as the conservative counterweight to Fair Fight. She is among several prominent Republicans weighing a challenge against Warnock.
The Republican National Committee also is financing a baseball-themed billboard near the ballpark promising “Georgians will not forget” the backlash that led to the snub.
She has also pushed back on calls by former President Donald Trump and other Republicans to protest Major League Baseball’s decision by protesting America’s pastime.
The former senator, who recently sold her stake in Atlanta’s WNBA franchise, urged supporters to instead cheer the Braves to a World Series berth to force MLB to hold its championship event in Georgia.
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