After Major League Baseball (MLB) moved its 2021 All-Star Game from Georgia to Colorado social media pounced on which state has the most restrictive voting laws.
While Republicans claim that Colorado has more restrictive election voting laws.
Democrats are claiming that Colorado has some of the least restrictive voting rights in America.
The truth is, while Colorado does indeed have less stringent voting laws.
Colorado is the utopian woke state Democrats’ are now claiming it to be.
Comparing Colorado and Georgia Voting Laws
While Blue-State Colorado may have less restrictive voting laws.
Colorado also has many of the same supposedly racist restrictive voting laws that cost Georgia baseball’s mid-summer classic.
- Colorado requests either photo or non-photo identification from an approved list in order to vote.
- Georgia requires photo identification from a list of approved IDs.
- Colorado has all-mail elections but also allows online registration and same-day voter registration. Recently, automatic voter registration was passed.
- Georgia has an “exact match” law, which requires that a voter’s registration form matches records kept by state officials. Georgia cuts off registration 28 days prior to Election Day.
- Colorado – Prisoners cannot vote, but they recently allowed parolees to vote, along with those on probation.
- Georgia – Prisoners cannot vote until the completion of a person’s sentence, including probation and parole.
- Colorado allows early voting to start 15 days before Election Day.
- Georgia allows early voting to start 17 days before Election Day
- Colorado allows no-excuse absentee voting.
- Georgia allows no-excuse absentee voting.
- Colorado 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Georgia 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Electioneers Laws – Example: a Politician or Political Campaigner/Organization Handing Out Water/Snacks To Voters Waiting In Line To Vote.
PLEASE NOTE: Despite Joe Biden and the Democrats blatantly lying. In Georgia IT IS LEGAL for family or friends to bring you water and/or snacks while you’re standing in line to vote!
As far as electioneers:
- Colorado – No person, on election day, or at any time that a voter may be casting a ballot within 100 feet of a polling place.
- Georgia – No person, on election day, or at any time that a voter may be casting a ballot within 150 feet of a polling place.
First, I’d like to note that nearly every single day Joe Biden’s White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki when defending the Democrats’ radical leftist agenda screeches
“The latest polling clearly shows a majority of the American people support President Biden’s (fill in the blank) proposal.”
Considering that one of the main reasons for relocating the 2021 All-Star Game from Georgia to Colorado was Georgia passing their racist voter ID law.
It makes Psaki look even more clownish than she typically does because the poll shows a whopping 70% of American’s support having to provide ID in order to vote.
Colorado, Georgia MLB COVID Crowd Capacity
As TuskerDaily has previously reported while Major League Baseball’s desire to appease the Democrats radical woke mob was readily apparent.
Major League Baseball also wanted to make damn sure their ‘bending the knee’ wouldn’t cost them a single US dollar.
So it wasn’t shocking that MLB chose Colorado to host the 2021 All-star game since it is one of the few blue states that have already started rolling back COVID-19 regulations.
Although at this moment, Coors Stadium continues to have stringent guidelines for fan attendance.
Governor Jared Polis, a Democrat, already allows a higher percentage of fans into the ballpark than other blue states.
Minnesota’s Democrat Gov. Tim Walz Set Target Field home of the Minnesota Twins at 25 percent capacity.
With Colorado already allowing 42.6% fan capacity at Coors Field.
It’s not a stretch to think that Major League Baseball believes Colorado will be fully open to fans when the ASG takes place in mid-July.
Colorado Rockies Announce They’ll Host The MLB 2021 All-Star Game
“For the first time in 550 days, fans will be welcomed back at Coors Field to cheer on the Rockies during Thursday’s home opener,” “Given new safety guidelines and protocols put in place at Coors Field to help protect fans from COVID, health officials feel optimistic about the decision to allow a reduced sized crowd within the stadium.”
It's official. pic.twitter.com/5wZYloBlS9
— Colorado Rockies (@Rockies) April 6, 2021