Michigan Republicans have introduced bills to secure elections in their state.
Michigan Republicans on Wednesday introduced a package of election bills that would bring a raft of voting restrictions to the state, the latest example of GOP lawmakers working to change election laws in a battleground state following the 2020 election.
Described by Republicans as an effort to modernize and secure the state’s elections, the bills would clamp down on ballot drop box hours, require voters to provide photo ID when applying for an absentee ballot and block unsolicited absentee ballot applications from being mailed out en masse.
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Another bill would make it a misdemeanor to impede a poll watcher or challenger from recording ballot counting with their phones or cameras. There are also proposals that focus on increased poll challenge and watcher training.
Other bills in the package focus on voting rolls and would add new, more frequent requirements on updating them.
This is more great news. We wish they were this active before the 2020 election but it is better late than never.
These bills really hit very important issues. They help tamper in fraud coming from Mail-In ballots and protect poll watchers.
More is needed but this is a great start.
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