Now that Republican Senators have rejected the possibility of debating the For the People Act in its current form, Democrats are regrouping to advance alternative approaches to reforming voting policy. The compromise bill outlined by Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) is likely to take fuller form while Senate Democrats plan to host hearings on voting rights in states like Georgia, where restrictive laws have recently passed. Georgian Senators Jon Ossoff (D-GA) and Raphael Warnock (D-GA) are also working on a bill to protect election officials
Following the enactment of a new law in Georgia, which has been criticized for its potential to restrict access to the ballot box and suppress turnout among minority voters, Texas and Arizona are now emerging as the next states where fights over voting rights will take place. In Texas, legislation has been introduced which would ban drive-thru and 24-hour voting, prohibit election officials from mailing voters absentee ballot applications, and empower partisan poll watchers. In Arizona, legislation has been introduced which would make it
A look at several cases where many Donald Trump surrogates are concerned about dead people casting votes and how the accusations are baseless and not true.Visit The Guardian to learn more.
The Secretary of State of Georgia Brad Raffensperger said that Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) asked if it was possible to invalidate certain legal ballots through signature matching.Visit The Guardian to learn more.
The Supreme Court upheld absentee ballot extensions in Pennsylvania and North Carolina, giving voters in those states time for their ballots to arrive after Election Day. These decisions will likely allow thousands of late-arriving ballots to be counted in two critical battleground states. These decisions also come less than a week after the Supreme Court decided to block a six-day ballot receipt extension in Wisconsin. Visit The Guardian to learn more.