Warm Southern Breeze

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Should there be a law…

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Let’s talk a few minutes about what should, and what should not be.

For example…

1.) • Should there be, and should Federal Judges abide by, “a code of conduct, which applies to each justice and judge of the United States”?

2.) • Should there be a DEDICATED ENFORCEMENT UNIT “within the counterespionage section of the National Security Division of the Department of Justice for the enforcement of the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938”?

3.) • Should it be illegal “for any person, whether acting under color of law or otherwise, to corruptly hinder, interfere with, or prevent another person from registering to vote or to corruptly hinder, interfere with, or prevent another person from aiding another person in registering to vote”?

4.) • Should “a State motor vehicle authority require each individual applying for a motor vehicle driver’s license in the State to indicate whether the individual resides in another State or resided in another State prior to applying for the license, and, if so, to identify the State involved; and to indicate whether the individual intends for the State to serve as the individual’s residence for purposes of registering to vote in elections for Federal office”?

5.) • Should it be illegal for a political party or another partisan organization to send mail to addresses of registered voters whom they have identified as likely to be unfriendly to their candidate, and then use all the undeliverable returned mail to make what is called a caging list to challenge voters when they show up at polls to vote?

6.) • Should the right of an individual who is a citizen of the United States to vote in any election for Federal office be denied or abridged because that individual has been convicted of a criminal offense unless such individual is serving a felony sentence in a correctional institution or facility at the time of the election?

7.) • Should the Accuracy, Integrity, and Security of elections be promoted and voter confidence increased Through Voter-Verified Permanent Paper Ballots?

8.) • Should Early Voting be required?

9.) • Should polling locations be open less than 10 hours daily during voting season?

10.) • Should the State ensure that polling places which allow voting during an early voting period and which are located in rural areas of the State, be located in communities which will provide the greatest opportunity for residents of rural areas to vote during the early voting period?

11.) • Should the state impose any additional conditions or requirements on the eligibility of an individual who is otherwise eligible, to cast a vote in elections by absentee ballot by mail?

12.) • Should States be given grants (money) to recruit and train individuals to serve as poll workers on dates of elections for public office?

13.) • Should it be illegal for a chief State election administration official to take an active part in political management or in a political campaign with respect to any election for Federal office over which such official has supervisory authority?

14.) • Should congressional redistricting be conducted through a plan of an independent State commission?

There are a few other questions, but for the moment now, these will suffice.

We’ll ask more questions later.


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