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Explainer: How new U.S. laws could trip up voters in the midterm elections

Posted on AllSides November 1st, 2022
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2022 Elections, Elections, State Election Laws, Voter ID, Mail-in Ballots
Nov 1 (Reuters) - U.S. states have enacted more than 30 new voting restrictions since 2020, from voter ID requirements to limits on mail-in voting, fueling tensions between Republicans and Democrats ahead of November's general election. Republicans, who

U.S. states have enacted more than 30 new voting restrictions since 2020, from voter ID requirements to limits on mail-in voting, fueling tensions between Republicans and Democrats ahead of November's general election.

Republicans, who have largely embraced former President Donald Trump's false claims of fraud in the 2020 election, say the measures are necessary to ensure election integrity. Democrats say they are aimed at making it harder for voters who traditionally back the Democratic Party to cast their votes.

Most of the measures were backed by Republican state legislators and...

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https://www.reuters.com/legal/how-new-us-laws-could-trip-up-voters-midterm-elections-2022-11-01/

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