Republican-led Election Reform Bill Seeks to Avert a Repeat of 2020 Problems

The GOP majority in the U.S. House of Representatives is zeroing in on election reform heading into the 2024 presidential contest.
According to party leaders, the Republicans’ major strategy to clean up election administration across the nation before 2024 is the passage of the American Confidence in Elections Act (ACE).
To date, the House Committee on Administration has conducted nine public hearings on the various aspects of the legislation.
The most recent hearing was on July 10 in Fulton County, Georgia, the past scene of some of the bitterest wrangling over the legitimacy of the 2020 results.
The bill was formally introduced on July 11, 2023. It has more than 100 co-sponsors, none of whom are Democrats….

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