Friday, March 19, 2021

Senate Democrats Introduce Massive Election Overhaul Legislation; Democrat Bill H.R. 1 Would Let People Vote Up To Two Weeks After Election Day, and related stories

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Senate Democrats introduce massive election overhaul legislation:
Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer introduced the Democrats’ election overhaul legislation Wednesday, saying it’s needed to counter Republicans’ “racist” legislation to suppress voter turnout in critical swing states.
The New York Democrat pointed to proposed legislation in Georgia that would do away with early voting on Sundays.
“It is to prevent African Americans from voting,” he said. “It is not democracy when you disenfranchise people by passing Jim Crow laws. That’s not democracy that’s dictatorship and that’s where our Republican friends seem to be going.”
Several other states are reviewing proposed bills to tighten election laws and require photo ID for absentee ballots. --->READ MORE HERE
Democrat Bill H.R. 1 Would Let People Vote Up To Two Weeks After Election Day:
The Democratic Party is attempting to make Election Day into “election season” with the radical “For The People Act of 2021” sponsored by Rep. John P. Sarbanes, D-Md. The bill passed in the House on March 3 at a vote of 220 to 210.
As noted by Federalist Executive Editor Joy Pullmann, the Democratic-sponsored elections bill H.R. 1 would “require states to wait ten days after election day” to accept ballots. Page 199 of the legislation states:
Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to prohibit a State from having a law that allows for counting of ballots in an election for Federal office that are received through the mail after the date that is 10 days after the date of the election.
As long as ballots are postmarked by Election Day, H.R. 1 would effectively mandate that all states accept absentee ballots within that 10-day window. But the bill takes it a step further, noting that election officials would be restricted from verifying voter identification and eligibility. H.R. 1 would ban all state voter ID laws and has an ambiguous provision criminalizing an individual from “hindering, interfering, or preventing” an individual from voting or registering. --->READ MORE HERE
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