Commissioners in Surry County, North Carolina, are banning Coca-Cola’s vending machines from their office buildings.
The officials said they are displeased with the politics of the Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta and its criticism regarding Georgia’s voting laws, WXII reported Friday.
Commissioner Eddie Harris hopes what he put in motion will happen across the state, adding it is time someone spoke out and pushed back against left-wing politics.
Harris told the company’s CEO it was wrong to criticize Republicans in Georgia and the voting laws. However, the issue is bigger than Coke, according to Harris.
In a letter to the company, Harris wrote, “Millions of Americans believe that the last presidential election was not held in a fair manner and that more voter fraud will occur in the future if elections are not more closely monitored and regulated.”
He said he believes the electoral process was “such a