The Surry County Board of Commissioners passed the bill banning Coca-Cola machines from all government facilities with a 3-2 vote on May 17.
The vote is now being enforced with Mr Harris sending a letter to Coca-Cola branding them a “bigoted leftist mob”.
He told the programme: “Yes it may lead to a boycott, but this is simply our attempt to push back against Coca-Cola for their actions and being out in front of the opposition to the Georgia election law.
“As well as their woke counter culture in the United States.”
He was then asked why did he choose to address the issue in this way.
Mr Harris replied: “Well, Pepsi and Coke were out in front on this and being a county commissioner is a local position, it’s grassroots politics.
“And I contend our politics are local and so we decided we wanted to push back against this cancel culture.
Polling stations are also affected with mobile polling booths banned unless in emergency situations and food and drink also being prohibited
Mr Quincey released a statement on the Coca-Cola website back in April which read: “Voting is a foundational right in America, and we have long championed efforts to make it easier to vote.
“We want to be crystal clear and state unambiguously that we are disappointed in the outcome of the Georgia voting legislation.”
Throughout Georgia’s legislative session we provided feedback to members of both legislative chambers and political parties, opposing measures in the bills that would diminish or deter access to voting.”
Mr Harris also sent Coca-Cola a message in response to their opposition.
It read: “Michael Jordan once said ‘Republicans buy sneakers too’ when asked why he didn’t make public comments about politics.
“Citizens of Surry County and across America are growing increasingly tired of large multinational corporations and their CEOs pushing an increasingly intolerant, bigoted, left-wing, divisive political agenda on its customers.”