Hillary Clinton: Opposing Election Integrity Laws 'Shouldn’t Be a Partisan Issue'

Hillary Clinton: Opposing Election Integrity Laws 'Shouldn’t Be a Partisan Issue'


Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton weighed in on Republican state legislatures pursuing basic election integrity measures in their respective states, contending that it “shouldn’t be a partisan issue” to reject such efforts.

In a Monday social media post, Clinton likened the left’s radical attempt to overhaul U.S. election —  stripping states of basic election safeguards such as voter ID — to “preserving America’s democracy.”

“Preserving America’s democracy shouldn’t be a partisan issue. But the fact is that Republican-led legislatures have enacted at least 22 news laws this year restricting access to voting,” she claimed alongside a map from the Brennan Center for Justice.

“At least 61 more bills are moving through 18 legislatures now,” she warned:

Preserving America’s democracy shouldn’t be a partisan issue.

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But the fact is that Republican-led legislatures have enacted at least 22 news laws this year restricting access to voting.

At least

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