Republicans are gearing up for what could be a contentious dispute over the next stage of coronavirus relief, as Democrats continue to pursue a variety of changes related to the U.S. election including pushing vote-by-mail.
Nancy Pelosi: “Vote-by-mail is essential to protecting the future of our democracy as we confront this public health crisis. There is no legitimate argument against enacting it.”
— Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi) April 3, 2020
Republicans and Democrats are expected to begin the process of crafting the next stage of economic relief after successfully passing a bipartisan measure to provide relief to small businesses and individuals affected by the coronavirus pandemic last month. The measure ultimately passed unanimously in the Senate, but it initially did not go without opposition, as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) attempted to offer her own version of relief filled with a variety of liberal “wish list” items, including major changes to voting methods. While the speaker has signaled support for a bipartisan measure in the same mold as the last, she hinted last week that she is still going to pursue changes to voting methods.
The GOP and Trump administration are gearing up for battle, condemning the left for attempting to use the coronavirus pandemic to push their greater political agendas related to voting methods in U.S. elections.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) is leading the Democrat effort, pushing a bill to provide vote-by-mail and expand early voting. She claims Democrats are getting “more and more bipartisan support from secretaries of states across the country,” according to Politico. More
Why does Nancy Pelosi push major changes to voting methods when we need help from the Wuhan virus shutdown of US business and jobs? We see through her blatant attempts to vandalize our political system in favor of the Democrats.
Congress needs to act to make voting by mail the norm going forward, with the specifics outlined by election expert Marc Elias below to make it accessible for all. https://t.co/K2TlHIJx2d
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 18, 2020
States must take concrete steps now to make sure every citizen can be heard in November, no matter where we are by then in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. https://t.co/OFIPHqcdM0
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) April 5, 2020
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Thank you @marceelias for highlighting the pressing issue in front of us.
Election Day is 211 days away.
All states must start taking action now to ensure every voice is heard. https://t.co/IAa8lC78Rh
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) April 5, 2020
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