MLB Moves All-Star Game to Colorado, Which Has Voter ID and Fewer Early Voting Days than GA

MLB Moves All-Star Game to Colorado, Which Has Voter ID and Fewer Early Voting Days than GA


According to a report, Major League Baseball (MLB) is expected to announce that they have decided to relocate the All-Star Game from Atlanta, Georgia, to Denver, Colorado.

A person familiar with the situation revealed the decision to the Associated Press Monday night.

MLB removed the All-Star Game from Atlanta after Georgia passed a series of voter reforms aimed at safeguarding the integrity of their elections. MLB and other corporations claimed that the new law acted as a “voter suppression” measure by shortening early voting periods and requiring ID.

Putting the falseness of those claims aside, for a moment, one would think that if MLB were so appalled by those measures, they would move their All-Star game to a place that fewer voting restrictions, not more.

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However, that is not the case.

Not only does the state of Colorado require proof of identification when casting a ballot to

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