Pennsylvania, one of the top battlegrounds of the 2020 election, has agreed to remove the names of about 21,000 dead people from voter registration rolls before the general elections this year.
The other part of the new Georgia law that has drawn ire and fire is the ID requirement. But let’s consider the actual law, not the media version of it.
The Senate held its first hearing on Democrats’ legislation to nationalize elections while eliminating voter ID and most other state election safeguards. Former Attorney General Eric Holder testified that voter fraud “simply doesn’t exist.”
Republican lawmakers in New Hampshire are pushing proposals to restrict student voting and tighten voter ID requirements while blocking attempts by Democrats to expand early voting and mail balloting.
If HR 1 becomes law, it will interfere with the ability of states and their residents to determine the qualifications and eligibility of voters, to ensure the accuracy and validity of voter registration rolls, to secure the integrity of elections, and to participate and speak freely in the political arena.
When voter fraud occurs, the result is voter suppression — ballots cast fraudulently have the effect of diluting the pool of legitimate votes, while ballots that are illegitimately disqualified, destroyed, or “lost” are suppressed in the most literal sense.
The bill known as HR 1, or the For the People Act, should be called “the Federal Takeover of Elections Act,” Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose says.
Dear Senators Leahy and Sanders of Vermont: Please vote against HR 1 for the good of your constituents. This bill will encourage voter fraud, leave voter registration rolls unreliable and weaken our democracy. It undermines the personal sovereignty of the Vermont voter.
“It’s my understanding this number has grown since their data collection, now surpassing 250 bills. This opportunistic gambit is cause for alarm.”
A shadow, progressive-led campaign to defeat the re-election of Donald Trump persuaded Big Tech to suppress conservative “disinformation.” This news was first reported, Feb. 4 with hearty approval and insider detail, by staunchly liberal Time Magazine.
The Heritage Foundation’s Election Fraud Database, which has chronicled more than 1,300 cases of election fraud, proves that election fraud does occur in American elections. States can, and should, take action to restore integrity to our elections.
“I want every legal vote counted, and I want better access for all voters, ” State Sen. Butch Miller, a co-sponsor of the legislation, told CNN. “Accusing our reform efforts of suppression is a political tactic, pure and simple.”