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Better For America: Easier to Vote Harder to Cheat

There’s been a veritable landslide of flawed policies and decisions coming out of the Biden administration since January and one wonders if there’s an end in sight. Biden has promoted packing the Supreme Court, abolishing the filibuster, undermining religious liberty protections, and taxpayer-funded abortions among a long list of other outrageous proposals. But some of the craziest ideas to come out have centered around our elections. Today Rebecca meets with Kentucky Secretary of State Michael G. Adams to discuss ways he has successfully reformed voting law in Kentucky, making it easier to vote and harder to cheat the system. SOS Adams spills the secret to getting bi-partisan support on Election Reform. With any luck, more states across the country will follow this man’s lead!

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Paul
2 months ago

Get it done!Don’t wait until the 2022 elections.

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