(FRC) “If politics isn’t your business,” Steve Tobak used to say, “keep your business out of politics!” That’s a message Republicans are embracing a month into the Georgia election law fallout. Companies that raced into the fray, like Coca-Cola’s CEO James Quincey, are finding out the hard way that getting involved in local issues isn’t exactly a way to sell more soda. According to new polling, a majority of conservatives are thinking twice about quenching their thirst with a business that tried to quench America’s ballot integrity.
Fifty-two percent of GOP voters, like myself, say they’re less likely to buy Coke products now, Rasmussen Reports announced last week, spelling uneasy times ahead for one of the country’s most well-known brands. (Read More)