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Robert E. Lee Birthday Celebration - January 19 - Georgia State Capitol
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Georgia Flag FAIR
After several years of corrupt politicians
using the State Flag as a bargaining chip A Georgia State FLAG
Fair Vote bill has been pre-filed in the Legislature. The
politically correct, large Atlanta corporations and their cronies
in public office do not want the people to vote.
HB15 would simply let the People of Georgia
Vote on their State Flag in a FAIR Vote.
Contact your State Representative and Senator
and let them know that there is something American about letting
the People Vote. Even the People in the Ukraine got a FAIR Vote,
why not Georgia?
Flag bill draws support
December 28, 2004
-- The Georgia flag issue will once again be
debated when the General Assembly convenes
Two Representatives have pre-filed a bill
calling for a referendum, with
Georgia voters choosing between the 1956
Georgia flag or the 2003 Flag.
Supporters of the 1956 flag, like
Albany's Robin Brown, feel the 2003 flag
vote was rigged by Republicans, and they
want a state election on these two choices.
Brown said "The 1956 flag wasn't even
included in the state referendum that we had
this past year. So, the people of
Georgia did not really have a voice in 2004
in determining the flag. And I think this
house bill will give us that opportunity, to
have our voices heard."
Brown knows that the longer the 2003 flag
flies in Georgia, the less chance that
voters would bring back the 1956 flag.
That's why supporters of the former state
flag want the issue on the November 2006
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E. Lee Birthday Celebration - January 19 - Georgia State Capitol