Georgia House Democrats Stay Silent on MLB's Move Out of Georgia

Georgia House Democrats Stay Silent on MLB's Move Out of Georgia

Georgia House Democrats, Rep. Lucy McBath and Carolyn Bourdeaux have both stayed silent on Major League Baseball’s (MLB) decision to relocate the All-Star Game out of Georgia.

The Democrats, who both hold Congressional seats in neighboring Georgia districts, have stayed quiet regarding the MLB’s All-Star Game moved out of the Peach State. MLB confirmed Monday night the game is relocated to Denver, Colorado.

The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) released a statement Wednesday regarding the Democrat’s decision to stay quiet on a major topic from their own state, asking if they support the decision, which will lose millions of dollars in revenue.

Breitbart News independently reached out to McBath and Bourdeaux’s offices to ask them if they support the MLB’s decision to move the All-Star game from Georgia, which would be hurting local workers and costing the state $100 million. Neither office responded to the inquiry by the time this article was published.

Jacob Bliss