#Election Reform


Democrats Worry That Election Reform Laws Will Hurt Party in Midterms

Republican-controlled state legislatures have passed 30 new election reform laws in 18 states, and Democrats are worried about how this will affect the 2022 midterm elections. Nsé Ufot, CEO of Stacey Abrams' New Georgia Project, told Politico: ''If there isn't a way for us to repeat what happened in November 2020, we're f—ed. We are doing what we do to make sure that not only our constituents, our base, the people, the communities that we organize with, get it. We're trying to make sure that our elected officials get it as well.''
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Arizona Stateconservativeangle.com

Perfect – Arizona GOP Senator Michelle Ugenti-Rita, Who Killed Election Reform Bill, Destroyed by Audience, Booed and Run off Stage

Arizona Senator Michelle Ugenti-Rita was one of two republicans who voted with Democrats to kill SB1241, an Arizona senate bill to reform election integrity. Senator Ugenti was scheduled to speak to the audience at Turning Point USA today; however, when she attempted to give her speech, the audience absolutely destroyed her with boos and jeers.

Our voting system is unfair, undemocratic. Ranked Choice South Dakota informs us about election reform ideas

Many South Dakotans are unhappy with the current state of politics in the state. We have an unfair and undemocratic system in place for selecting our leaders and representatives. It gives absolute power to a minority of voters, while leaving most citizens with little or no voice in selecting their representatives. And it produces results most of us are unhappy with.
Lawrenceville, GAGwinnett Daily Post

Lawrenceville adopts Sunday voting for 2021 municipal election

Gwinnett's county seat is embracing "Souls to the Polls" this year with the Lawrenceville City Council voting Monday to approve Sunday voting for this fall's municipal election. Gwinnett County has already embraced Sunday voting for county elections and offered it on both Sundays during the early voting periods during the...
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Fox News

Karl Rove: AWOL Texas Dems, here are 7 questions about election reform you can answer from quarantine

The self-proclaimed heroes and martyrs of the Texas Democratic House members who fled to Washington, D.C., aboard a chartered plane (without masks but with a case of Miller Lite and stronger liquids carried discretely in plain brown paper bags) have achieved little except to break quorum and thereby stop the special legislative session back home and prove themselves a super-spreader event in the nation’s capital.
York County, PAlocal21news.com

Rep. Grove to reintroduce election reform legislation

Rep. Seth Grove, (R) York County says HB 1300 has been reauthorized, is out for sponsors and will be reintroduce as the battle to reform PA's election process continues. The state representative's latest move follows comments from the Governor that seem to show he's open to discussions about voter I.D. if something agreeable is part of a broader bill that would improve access to voting and make it easier to vote. With a veto of HB 1300 just several weeks ago, it's unlikely that Grove's bill qualifies.
Monroe County, MIMonroe Evening News

City council invites Zorn, Bellino to speak on election reform

Members of Monroe City Council want State Sen. Dale Zorn and State Rep. Joe Bellino to attend an upcoming council work session so the legislators can explain their support for multiple bills designed to overhaul Michigan's election laws. Council is expected to further discuss this matter at its first work...
Pennsylvania StateWFMZ-TV Online

Pa. GOP reintroduces election reform bill after Wolf softens stance on voter ID

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Pennsylvania House Republicans are taking another crack at election reform now that Democratic Governor Tom Wolf softened his stance on voter ID. The Center Square is reporting that House State Government Committee Chairman Seth Grove has started circulating a co-sponsorship memo to reintroduce his bill called the Pennsylvania Voting Rights Protection Act.