GA poll worker claims she was kicked out of facility over tweet wanting ‘free and fair’ election

Laura Kronen took to Twitter Tuesday morning to detail how a simple tweet got her kicked out of the Fulton County polling place where she was working as a poll worker.

Kronen had initially posted about how she and her son had gotten to the polling location in Georgia, but just two hours later she updated the tweet to reveal that they had been kicked out.

While it was initially unclear why Kronen and her son were reportedly removed from the polling location, it was later reported that her tweet about “a free and fair election” may have been the cause for her removal.

As of this publishing, there has been no official resolution to this problem. Twitter users are advising her to contact the media as well as the county and state Republican offices to see what can be done.

Sierra Marlee


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