MacGinnitie Adds To Military Advisory Voting Committee

Doug MacGinnitie announced today that he has added members to his Military Advisory Voting Committee. MacGinnitie has previously annouced his committee with the purpose of “finding and developing a plan to make voting for active military and overseas personnel easy and efficient.”

New to the team are:

Gary Smith, a resident of Forsyth County and board member of Operation BRAVO, a non-profit focused on electronic alternatives to by-mail paper ballots for deployed solders.

Colonel John M. Kidd, USA (Ret.), former Garrison Commander, Fort Stewart.

Captain Samuel F. Wright, Esq., JAGC, USN (Ret.), attorney specializing in military and federal election law

They join previosly announced members:

Brad Carver, Esq., Hall Booth Smith & Slover, P.C.
Brigadier General Walter C. Corish, Jr., GAANG, Ret.
Major General (Ret.) Bruce W. MacLane, USAF
Lieutenant Colonel Oz Hill, USA, Ret.
Jim Lester III, retired CIO AFLAC, former chairman Georgia Technology Authority
Brigadier General Denis Shortal, USMCR, (RET)
Craig Thornton, President, Cnetics Technologies

MacGinnitie plans to take his team to Augusta, Columbus, Savannah, and the Warner Robins areas to meet with military personnel and local election officials to discuss solutions to military voting problems.

9 comments

  1. JSBarrington says:

    Ooooo I am so very impressed.

    I heard this guy speak awhile back, and do you know what I got out of it? I got that he was Doug MacGinnitie and he was running for Secretary of State.

    But apparently he has A groupie.

  2. Game Fan says:

    One way to address some of the problems with military and civilian voting problems (a cheap alternative, not often discussed in political/corporate circles) is to fire/demote the incompetents and arrest the criminal element.

  3. BuckheadConservative says:

    Good to see a candidate actually work a plan around his ideas, not just give lip service on the campaign trial. Also, good to see someone build on something they started, not just squeeze out a press release and declare mission accomplished. It shouldn’t be a secret around here that I’m a fan of Doug and his campaign. This is why. Well…this and the iPhone ap.

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