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This supposed to be a local blog focused on local issues, but Democrats want to Federalize elections. If the Federal Government runs everything, what is the point of focusing on local issues?
Here are the House’s and the Senate’s versions of the bill.
- Related Bills – H.R.1 – 117th Congress (2021-2022): For the People Act of 2021 | Congress.gov | Library of Congress: This is an update to the 2019 version.
- SIMPLE-SECTION-BY-SECTION_S.-11.pdf (senate.gov): This seem to be a draft.
Are these bills something the Federal Government should be passing? No. The Constitution of the United States: A Transcription | National Archives gives the legislature of each state authority for running Federal elections, and it says nothing about local elections. When our leaders start unconstitutionally sticking their noses into how they are elected, that should alarm us. Have we not already seen what…
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Because the Electoral College is based on a total of States election results, there must be minimum election rules or standards for all States to comply by in my opinion.
For example, using the 2020 Election, how is it the State of Wisconsin has no laws to require that signatures on mail in ballots must be verified to signatures on voter registration.
In other words, same as the what is taught to computer coders, GIGO, garbage a code results in garbage out of the information from bad coding.
I still am not convinced that the 2020 election was what is being said
the most secure election in history.”
I could be wrong, however, the task to check every ballot for accuracy is a very time consuming and costly, and people in the know, same as intriguers and criminals in the know, understand the ins and outs of the elections better than the average Joe.
While at the same time, if the Feds pass laws to infringe on a State to make their election safeguards be less than a minimum, the opposite effect will result.
Minimums should not mean less; it should mean setting minimums for everyone to have trust that the elections are trustworthy because of the old idiom.
“one bad apple in a barrel will spoil the whole barrel.”
Regards and goodwill blogging.
The Federal Government has the task of ensuring each state has a republic.
Article 4, Section 4 of the Constitution requires the Federal Government to guarantee each state a republican form of government. Section 1 of the 14th Amendment says: “nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law.” That suggest the people representing the citizens of a state should be properly elected. Therefore, I think Congress should be able to set minimum standards for election integrity, but HR1 undermines election integrity. That is my problem with it.