Republicans are trying to limit the exercise of the right to vote

Republicans are trying to limit the exercise of the right to vote

Disclaimer – Fourteen Republicans have amended their electoral law to their advantage, blaming their Democratic opponents.

Washington Correspondent,

The election crisis over Donald Trump’s refusal to accept the results of the 2020 presidential election continues. They now see clashes between Republicans and Democrats over electoral reform. Both parties agree on the need to reform the system, but quite the opposite: the first seeks to limit the falsehood of securing votes, and the second broadens and facilitates more justice.

In the states they control, Republicans have passed a number of laws since the beginning of the year that make voting more difficult. They limit postal voting and early voting, impose additional restrictions on election day, impose stricter requirements on identification documents and limit the opening hours of polling stations.

Fourteen states have already passed these laws. Similar projects

This article is for subscribers only. You have 88% left to find.

Subscribe: 1 € first month

Can be canceled at any time

Already subscribed?
Login

READ  Whimsical, Hobbit-like Chicago property detailed for less than $500K
Written By
More from Cheryl Hines

Donald Trump, 12 Republican senators demand change of US vote

Donald Trump Not giving up, now includes 12 Republican senators Ted Cruz,...
Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *