New Bill Could Eliminate Paperless Voting Machines, Democrats Hardest Hit

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    Democrats insist fraud doesn't happen until they lose an election. Then they insist on as many recounts as necessary to overturn the results.
     
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    Hmmm you left out a couple things.....I am sure it was just an accident

    A bipartisan group of six senators has introduced legislation that would take a huge step toward securing elections in the United States. Called the Secure Elections Act, the bill aims to eliminate insecure paperless voting machines from American elections while promoting routine audits that would dramatically reduce the danger of interference from foreign governments.


    The legislation comes on the heels of the contentious 2016 election. Post-election investigation hasn't turned up any evidence that foreign governments actually altered any votes. However, we do know that Russians were probing American voting systems ahead of the 2016 election, laying groundwork for what could have become a direct attack on American democracy.


    "With the 2018 elections just around the corner, Russia will be back to interfere again," said co-sponsor Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.).


    So a group of senators led by James Lankford (R-Okla.) wants to shore up the security of American voting systems ahead of the 2018 and 2020 elections. And the senators have focused on two major changes that have broad support from voting security experts.
     
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    When is there going to be a nationwide voter ID roll reconciliation?

    There should be a periodical vetting and reconciliation as there is with nearly anything else on planet earth.

    Dems, think of it as people being ABORTED from Voter ID rolls if they NO LONGER LIVE IN THAT DISTRICT.

    Now you guys love it!

    ABORT FROM THE ROLLS THOSE VOTERS NO LONGER LIVING IN THOSE DISTRICTS!
     
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    In Calif you walk into the DMV and you’re automatically registered to vote.
     
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    "Plans to fight voter fraud are based on nightmares"

    Indeed the plan to fight the voter fraud is at least somewhat based on the dreamer.... nightmares.

    Maybe if we stopped having these nightmares, there wouldn't need to be such protections.
     
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    HANGING CHAD!

    First! I Said It First!
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    So? What better place for you voter ID folks? They are getting the ID and being registered to vote. This is a good thing.

    No comment about all the voting machines without a paper trail being in red states?
     

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