In addressing voting reforms, many Republican-led states are seeking to add voting restrictions, while Democratic-run legislatures may codify voting access that was increased because of the pandemic.
How GOP-backed voting measures could create hurdles for tens of millions of voters
Wow, that headline is criminally misleading by leaving out crucial details. If I had to guess that's what the creator of that video wanted to accomplish which is gaining as much attention as possible to the underlying problem of voter oppression.
That said, there will be too many people just reading the headline instead of watching at least the beginning of the video which has nothing to do with Pizza and water so they'll get agitated by the wrong topic.
The most "dangerous" part of Republican voter suppression bills, according to Hasen, is the type of power they would give Republicans over the administration of elections.
Hasen is worried that Republicans want to give themselves the ability to throw out democratic election results that they don't like.
Dark Money Group Brags About Writing GOP Voter Suppression Bills Across the Country
“We did it quickly and we did it quietly,” said the executive director of Heritage Action.
Short answer no. Long answer it wasn't a bug it was a feature.A walkout by Texas Democrats over the weekend prevented a final vote on a bill that would have cut back polling hours and reduce access to mail-in voting. Where do things stand now?www.npr.org
I wonder if they would have tried to fix their "mistakes" if the law passed?
Republicans can win the next elections through gerrymandering alone
Even if voting patterns remain the same, Republicans could still win more seats in Congress through redistricting