But I do believe that his fellow Republican, Tex McIver, could give him a run for his money. Evans' constant grandstanding and flagrant partisanship seemingly has created less than ideal working relations with the state and local election officials. With confusion over what is required to cast a ballot in Georgia likely, Evans' co-hort, McIver, has shown even less usefulness by creating even more confusion.
This week we found out that Tex doesn't have a problem sending out 200,000 letters to Georgia voters erroneously telling them they need an ID to cast their vote this November. This, despite the fact that the state's Voter ID law was struck down by a federal judge. Apparently, ole Tex feels that he doesn't need a law or a judge to tell him how to "educate" the voters of the Peach State. But I don't think this act has anything to do with voter "education" at all.
The AJC , Macon Telegraph, and the Athens Banner Herald all weighed in on this in their editorial pages.