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Draw Your Own Conclusions

I’m heading to the House floor shortly to vote AGAINST the Democrats’ ultra-liberal election bill known as H.R. 1. Despite Republicans being opposed to this bill, it will likely pass the Democrat-majority House, and then we’ll see what happens after that. This legislation is truly a disgrace.
 
Numerous people have asked me what the alternative Republican proposal is for our elections going forward. That’s easy. It’s called the Save Democracy Act (H.R. 322). You can read a few of the differences between the Republican plan vs. the Democrat plan below, and then draw your own conclusions about who TRULY cares about election integrity:

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Democrat Plan – requires states to allow same-day voter registration

Republican Plan – prohibits automatic and same-day voter registration

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Democrat Plan – bans states from requiring a photo ID to vote

Republican Plan – requires a photo ID to vote. (So a driver’s license. Or a state issued photo ID, which by the way is FREE to obtain in South Carolina.)

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Democrat Plan – gives your tax dollars to help fund the campaigns of federal candidates, forcing you to subsidize campaigns of politicians you disagree with

Republican Plan – does not

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Democrat Plan – mandates convicted felons be allowed to vote

Republican Plan – does not

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Democrat Plan – assumes someone who requests a mail-in ballot also wants to vote by mail in every subsequent election

Republican Plan – prohibits sending unrequested ballots by mail

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Democrat Plan – makes ballot harvesting easier

Republican Plan – prohibits ballot harvesting

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Democrat Plan – allows candidates to use campaign funds to support their personal lives, including child care

Republican Plan – does not

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Democrat Plan – makes it more difficult for states to clean their voter rolls of voters who have died or moved

Republican Plan – does not

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Sadly, the Republican plan may never see the light of day in the Democrat-controlled House. Elections do indeed have consequences...

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