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Good Government Groups Ask State Officials To Stop Biden’s Federal Takeover Of Elections

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Governors and other state officials don’t have to stand idly by as the Biden administration plots a federal takeover of elections. That’s the message being sent by the heads of two good government groups in a new memo to state officials. “The Biden administration wants to use federal government resources…

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Reprinted with Permission from - The Federalist by - Mollie Hemingway

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Deborah-Lynn
4 months ago

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PaulE
4 months ago

Now to see how many Governors and other state officials actually respond back to this late plea for action. Most GOP states have sat on their hands doing little in the way of enacting state laws to tighten up election rules in their respective states to prevent a repeat of 2020. Only a handful of states actually passed and signed into law any effective legislation at the state level to tighten things up. Now with most state legislatures in recess for the summer, the clock has run out to enact anything before the midterms.

Bill on the Hill
4 months ago
Reply to  PaulE

How right you are Paul… Looks like summer vacation for our hard working lawmakers, i.e. little to nothing gets done till after the midterms presumably…
Very few real patriot governors anymore, Mastriano of PA should be a good one, his hands will be full operating within a ” den of snakes ” within the democrat controlled PA Halls of Gov’t…
Gov. DeSantis is good, as is the gov. of S. Dakota, Kristi Noem?, there are some others…
Bill… :~)

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