Election integrity is becoming a mainstream cultural issue in America. From Sarah Silverman, Bill Mahr, and other mainstream personalities, it is becoming apparent in everyone’s eyes that the Democrat party is corrupt and incompetent. Also becoming ‘mainstreamed’ is that the 2020 U.S. general election was fraudulent, and our elections need to be fixed going forward.
Artist Aviva added her own humor to the issue recently by singing a song to the GA legislature, where multiple election bills are making their way through the legislative process.
While the Georgia legislature continues to hesitate in adding election transparency provisions to both of its omnibus election bills, HB531 and SB241, local singer and songwriter, Aviva schooled Georgia Senators yesterday on the need for election transparency. Aviva Vuvuzela of Aviva and the Flying Penguins gave the audience and legislators a musical presentation during her public testimony at a Senate Ethics Committee hearing on HB531. She joined citizens and experts other advocates in continuing to advocate for ballot transparency improvements. Her newly created song uniquely pointed out the need for physical ballots, ballot images and voting system images to be made public as outlined in a VoterGA Ballot Transparency Initiative.
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