Lawmakers Across the Country Are Passing New Voting Laws to Protect Democracy

Lawmakers Across the Country Are Passing New Voting Laws to Protect Democracy

( – After the tumultuous 2020 presidential election, states all across the nation have been working to improve election integrity and voter confidence for the next time around. According to a new tally provided by the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University, over one-third of states passed laws to protect elections this year.

On Thursday, July 22, the Brennan Center released its latest Voting Laws Roundup, detailing how 18 states have passed 30 laws protecting our elections. From shoring up voter ID requirements and limiting mail-in voting to purging outdated voter lists, these steps will ensure Americans can have confidence in election results the next time around.

Newsmax shared more about the GOP-led fight to increase voter integrity:

After the multitude of incidents of voter fraud in various capacities over the past year, it’s understandable that this year has seen the largest-ever push to protect elections. However, these election reforms are not only putting healthy boundaries on how Americans vote, but many laws also made registering to vote easier and expanded in-person, early voting.

Contrary to what the mainstream media and Democrats say, Republicans across our nation are fighting so that every legitimate US citizen can vote quickly and easily with minimal instances of voter fraud. All of this is to build confidence so that when the results of the 2022 midterms and 2024 presidential elections are announced, every American can stand by and have faith in the results.

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