The spin doctors made a killing during the 2020 election debacle. Any sober-minded American, any reasonable benefit of the doubt, would conclude some very shady things happened.
Regardless if GOP politicians can definitively prove a mass coordination of election fraud, they can work together at the state level to drastically prevent 2020 from happening again.
GOP lawmakers in statehouses across the country are calling for stricter voting regulations after concerns were raised in the 2020 election.
Legislators have introduced three times the number of bills to restrict voting than this time last year, according to the Brennan Center, which has tracked voting legislation in all 50 states. Twenty-eight states have introduced, prefiled, or carried more than 106 restrictive bills this year. Last February, there were 35 such bills in 15 states.
Restrictive voting proposals are being advanced in states such as Texas, which have long pushed for more barriers to the ballot box, but newer proposals have also been brought up in Arizona, Georgia, and Pennsylvania, according to the Associated Press. The latter three all flipped for President Biden last year after former President Donald Trump won them in 2016.