Over 230 years of American voting traditions show that states have primary authority over elections; this is also fully settled in Constitutional law. Yet, leftists and their Democrat allies continue to push for unilateral, partisan control of voters by unlawfully federalizing elections. This report from Republicans on the Committee on House Administration explains the law and history behind states’ rights to determine their own election protocols and notes the Constitution specifically limits Congress’ authority in this area. More
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