Disgusted with Darlene

Who is Rep. Darlene Taylor?

Our state is changing. 100% of Georgia’s growth can be attributed to people of color. Not only did Rep. Taylor (HD-173) and her GOP friends violate House rules to force three democratic county commissioners out of their districts; But she called the cops on her black colleague when he called them out on it.

We need representatives who are compassionate about their constituents, understands real world issues, follows rules, and takes the true will of the people into account. It’s time to hold our legislators accountable to the oath they took.

Sign our petition calling for Rep. Darlene Taylor’s immediate resignation as Chair of the House Governmental Affairs Committee, and as a member of the Georgia House of Representatives for conduct unbefitting of a member of said body.

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Call on Rep. Darlene Taylor to Resign

Sign our petition calling for Rep. Darlene Taylor’s immediate resignation as Chair of the House Governmental Affairs Committee, and as a member of the Georgia House of Representatives for unbefitting conduct.

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    2014
    Voted against expanding Medicaid, leaving almost 650,000 people without coverage
    2016
    Voted to allow religious leaders to refuse to perform same-sex marriages and to allow tax-funded groups to legally discriminate and deny services to LGBTQ+ Georgians.
    2018
    Voted to give yacht owners a tax break.
    2019
    Voted for an 8.9% sales tax on Uber and Lyft rides.
    2019
    Sponsored and voted for the strictest abortion bans in the country which banned abortions before most women think to buy a pregnancy test.
    2020
    Voted to cut $950 million from Georgia public schools.

    Including a $25 million cut in funding for school counselors and career training, special-needs student grants, and state contributions to the teacher’s pension fund.

    2020
    Voted to allow prosecutors to charge children as adults.
    2020
    Supported cutting $242 million in funding from the University System of Georgia.

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