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Sec. of State Brian Kemp has leaked the private information Georgia voters again.
The new 2017 massive data breach, which puts as many as 7.5 million Georgia voters in jeopardy, comes only 15 months after Kemp's office leaked every Georgia voters social security number and other information. After the first leak, Kemp didn’t notify a single voter or consumer agency until after a lawsuit was filed.
Kemp refuses to take any accountability for the critical mistakes his office continues to make.
But the buck stops with Secretary of State Kemp himself.
Kemp’s incompetence has put millions of Georgia voters at risk again and it’s clear that he is unfit to hold this important position of public trust. Demand his immediate resignation.
IMPORTANT: After signing and sharing the petition, call Kemp’s office at (404) 656-2881 ext. 5. You can say: “I’m demanding Secretary of State Kemp’s immediate resignation. His incompetence has put millions of Georgia voters at risk."