TX Election Reform Bill Headed to Governor Abbott's Desk

Another election reform bill is headed to the desk of a Republican governor. On Tuesday, the Texas Legislature approved SB 1 after Democrats attempted to block the legislation by fleeing the state in July. The New York Post reported:

The Texas Senate voted 18-13 along party lines to pass the measure after the House voted 80-41 to approve it.

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GOP-Backed Election Reform Petition Campaign Launched in MI

Earlier this week, Michigan Republicans announced that they would be supporting a petition campaign by Secure MI Vote to enact various election reforms in the state. The petition process allows the proposal to be enacted without approval from the state's Democrat governor, Gretchen Whitmer.

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Why Manchin Has to Vote Against H.R. 4

After passing the House last week with no Republican support, H.R. 4's next stop is the U.S. Senate. Democrats in the Senate need all the support they can get to pass H.R. 4, and at the center of this effort is the vote of Democrat Senator Joe Manchin. And as it stands now, Joe Manchin has no choice but to vote "no" on H.R. 4 based on his prior statements.

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Newsom Needs to Go

California is set to vote on whether to recall Governor Gavin Newsom on Tuesday, September 14th. RNLA Co-Chair Harmeet Dhillion recently appeared on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to discuss the election.

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Biden's America: Deadliest Day for U.S. Combat Forces in a Decade

Today marks the deadliest day for U.S. combat forces in a decade. At least 12 members of the U.S. military were killed in a suicide bombing outside of the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan.

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"Remain In Mexico" Policy Reinstatement Upheld by SCOTUS

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court denied the Biden Administration's request to block a Texas federal court's order to reinstate the Trump-era "Remain in Mexico" policy. The Court explained:

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What's going on with California elections?

Two potential instances of voter fraud have been discovered in California. A Democrat city councilman has been charged with conspiracy to commit election fraud and attempted bribery, and in a separate incident, 300 gubernatorial recall ballots were found in the vehicle of a "passed out felon."

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House Holds First, and Likely Only, Hearing on H.R. 4

On Monday, H.R. 4 was heard in the House Rules Committee. This will likely be the bill's only committee hearing before a vote is taken by the whole House sometime later this week. If this seems strange, it is. House Rules does not typically have jurisdiction over election issues. Yet despite this, the Committee is being used as a vehicle to add amendments to the legislation.

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H.R.4 Would Give Federal Government More Control Over Elections

Democrats are touting the new H.R.4 (John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act) as a "momentous step to secure the sacred right to vote for generations to come." In a statement during the introduction of the bill, Nancy Pelosi accused her partisan opponents of conducting a "campaign of voter suppression" and assured listeners that Congress has a "moral responsibility" to pass the legislation.

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FEC "Weintraub Scheme" Threatens Bipartisan Enforcement

The Democrat Commissioners of Federal Election Commission (FEC) led by Commissioner Ellen Weintraub have introduced a new scheme that the Institute for Free Speech (Institute) has labeled as unethical and unconstitutional. The scheme attempts to delegate the enforcement of federal campaign finance laws to private parties, and does so by refusing to close case files and by refusing to allow prevailing parties to defend themselves when the Commission declines to investigate a claim.

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