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Cheney Pressed on New Controversial Voting Laws in States After 2020 Election




Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) Is faced with questioning several new controversial voting laws in states following the 2020 presidential election.

Axios reporter Jonathan Swan pressed Cheney in an interview, “You don’t see any connection between Donald Trump saying the election was stolen and Republicans in all the state legislatures rushing to put in place strict voter law? ”

“I think you have to look at the details of each of those efforts,” Cheney replied. “If you look at the laws in Georgia, for example, a lot has been said across the country about Georgia’s voter laws that have come true.”

Swan continued, “I think there’s no doubt that’s why 400-some voting bills were introduced, 90 percent of Republicans, supported by the Republican National Committee, I don’t think it’s a coincidence after the election that happened this. “

However, the Wyoming lawmaker said, “Here, I think everyone should want a situation and a system where people who should vote and have the right to vote should vote and people who shouldn’t.”

Swan pressed Cheney on what is a “big problem” in states like Georgia, Florida and Texas that needs to be “solved” by a new voting law.

“I think you look at every state law,” Cheney replied, to which Swan added, “You can’t separate them from context.”

Watch Cheney’s interview below:

Some of the controversial new measures are in states such as Georgia, Florida and Texas.

The law in states like Virginia and Kentucky aims to expand access to polls, according to The Wall Street Journal.

As the Journal reports, citing the National Conference of State Legislature, “Overall, states introduced nearly 2,950 election -related bills in late April, which is several hundred more than in previous years in postelection… Typically, only about 12% of these bills bill, NCSL estimates, and many focus on small issues that don’t make national headlines. “


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