Astounding Turnout of Centenarian Voters

By: John Semmens

This week a Wisconsin Committee on Campaigns and Elections hearing revealed that the November 2020 general elections saw over 100,000 ballots cast by persons who have been registered to vote for more than 100 years. US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif) cited this as evidence for passing the “For the People Act.”

“Not every state has been as diligent as Wisconsin in protecting the right to vote,” she pointed out. “Many states impose onerous conditions requiring voters to show photo IDs, limiting voting to one ballot per person and to the few months surrounding the official election day, insisting that poll watchers representing both Parties must be allowed to participate in the vote-counting, disallowing the cost-savings that could be achieved by accepting self-printed ballots, and other anti-democratic rules. The ‘For the People Act’ would streamline the election process by giving the federal government full control over all voting procedures.”

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