Two hundred companies on Monday signed a joint letter condemning “the hundreds of bills threatening to make voting more difficult in dozens of states nationwide,” just as Major League Baseball and other corporations have voiced their opposition to the recently passed Georgia election bill. The legislation mandates voter identification for absentee ballots.
One of the signers of the letter was Nick Huzar, the co-founder and CEO of an app called OfferUp for people to buy and sell goods to one another. A quick look at Twitter shows Huzar is on the left side of the political aisle, as he recently applauded the announcement of President Joe Biden’s more than $2 trillion “infrastructure” plan that allocates a great deal of funding for non-infrastructure-related Democratic wish list items.
Given that the OfferUp CEO signed the letter opposing the Georgia election bill that mandates voter ID in order to vote — and others that call for more election security — it is