RNLA is looking forward to hosting Senator Rand Paul this Friday for a special briefing about election integrity. Senator Paul is a champion for free, fair, and honest elections at the state and federal levels.
On Monday, Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams highlighted Senator Paul's support for election reforms being undertaken by the Kentucky Legislature.
Huge development - @RandPaul supports House Bill 574, KY election reform bill! 1/3— KY SOS Michael Adams (@KYSecState) March 8, 2021
"I hope the General Assembly will see this through and that the State Senate will also support the effort to ensure Kentucky’s elections will always have integrity.”— KY SOS Michael Adams (@KYSecState) March 8, 2021
Thank you, @RandPaul! 3/3
Furthermore, Senator Paul has come out strongly against the infamous "For the People Act," the Democrats' radical proposal for upending the U.S. elections system:
“I think we need to have in-person voting, and it needs to remain in control of the states. . ."
Paul said he believes "secretaries of state and the government shouldn’t be out paying and using taxpayer money to go to your house with ballots and applications to vote.”
“I think that this idea of harvesting votes – that’s what Nancy Pelosi wants to do – is wrong,” he said. “And we need to make sure we stop that.”
Many of the proposed changes to elections were put in place temporarily during the last election as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Senator Paul has consistently directed attention to the Democrats' attempts to use the pandemic to push their agenda in other areas as well:
Did you know the Dems $1.9 TRILLION liberal wish-list would send PPP funds to PLANNED PARENTHOOD?— Republican Party of Kentucky (@KYGOP) March 5, 2021
Well, not anymore thanks to @RandPaul! When small businesses are struggling, taxpayer money should not be going to abortion mills! #KYSen https://t.co/SnOb6vbwcp
Senator Paul has also been recognized for his willingness to ask critically important questions to President Biden's nominees for key roles in the new administration:
Biden nominee refuses to answer my question about whether the government should override a parent’s consent to allow a minor to receive puberty blockers or surgical amputation of breasts or genitalia. https://t.co/XiWTfQFE89— Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) February 25, 2021
Sign up here for RNLA's special briefing with Senator Paul this Friday at 10:30 a.m. ET.