Election Integrity Bill Introduced in the House

The provisions include voter identification and restrictions on ballot drop boxes.

The American Confidence in Elections Act has been introduced by members of the House Administration Committee which is chaired by Representative Bryan Steil of Washington. The legislation would limit drop-box ballot collection, require voter ID for absentee ballots, and expand weekend voting.

Other provisions of the bill would implement voter identification, prevent non-citizens from voting, require the maintenance of voter lists, and end the mailing of unsolicited ballots from lists that are not maintained.

Congressman Steil said the intent of the bill is to make it “easy to vote and hard to cheat.“

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Chairman Steil as he heads the House Administration Committee.
  • For the members of the committee as they seek to protect election integrity.
  • For wisdom for Speaker McCarthy as he brings legislation to the floor for a vote.

Sources: Just The News, Fox Digital, The Hill 


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