Home of Representatives passes election reform regardless of Republican protest


(WBNG) — Congress is one step nearer to passing an entire overhaul of our nation’s elections.

The Home of Representatives voted in favor of a complete invoice often called HR 1 alongside partisan strains. A model of the invoice was first launched within the earlier Congress.

Amongst many different issues, the invoice would restore some voting rights to felons, allow same-day voter registration throughout the nation, and likewise contribute public funds to campaigns.

Rep. Claudia Tenney (R, NY-22) voted in opposition to the invoice, saying lots of the issues we noticed within the district through the 2020 election, particularly voter registration errors, could be worse off if this invoice is handed.

“For those who forged a vote, how are you aware afterward, when you may have a race a giant as ours with over 300ok folks voting if that vote was really validly forged? So when you may have folks which can be casting votes, possibly not appropriately, that undermines and dilutes the worth of the votes which can be forged,” she informed 12 Information Thursday.

Oneida County famously did not register greater than 2400 people main as much as the November election, people the state supreme court docket dominated ought to have been correctly registered and eligible to vote.

The invoice nonetheless must be handed the Senate earlier than it may be signed into regulation the president.



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