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Hello I'm Monica. Welcome to Bold and Brew. What would you like to order?
I'll just have Mei's Matcha Special.
So what are working on Avery?
During 1946, the controversy began with the death of governor-elect Eugene Talmadge. Many of his supporters replaced his name with his son, Herman Talmadge.
Interesting. What do you have so far?
Just a report about the controversy between the 3 governors of Georgia.
The state legislature chose Herman Talmadge from the large number of write-in ballots. However Governor Ellis Arnall didn't want him to win since Herman Talmadge would continue white supremacy like his father. That's all I have so far.
Great start. Mind if I add something for a little bit.
Right. However, Thompson had a different governor's office right in Atlanta. Soon, The Supreme Court intervene and ruled that Thompson was to serve as governor until the special elections were held.
Well because of that, Arnall resigned so that Lieutenant Governor Melvin Thomas could take over.
So Talmadge took the Governor's Mansion with violence and captured control.
Oh wait, I forgot to mention this! The white primary system was a benefit to white supremacists. It prevented African Americans from the political process.
Oh yeah. During 1946, the white primary system ended in Georgia since the Supreme Court revoked Texas' similar primary.
Well I'll finish this later. I believe our order is ready.
Thank you. I'm so excited to drink this. I was so thirsty.
Here you go ladies. Let me know if y'all need anything. Enjoy!