Congressional Committee Hears Testimony on Bill to Stop Voters from Voting in Two States in Same Election

On June 5, the House Administration Committee heard testimony on HR 2115, which was introduced by Congresswoman Candace Miller (R-Michigan) to make it less likely that individual voters will vote in two states in the same election. Two witnesses testified in favor, but the President of the League of Women Voters, Elisabeth MacNamara, testified against the bill as currently written.

The bill amends the National Motor Registration Act of 1993 (“motor voter”) to provide that when anyone applies for a driver’s license, the state driver’s license application form must ask the applicant to indicate whether he or she resides in another state or resided in another state prior to applying, and if so, to indicate which state will be the voter’s residence for purposes of voting. If the applicant does mention another state, the other state’s driver’s license office will be notified.

Here is the testimony of the League of Women Voters against the bill. The League supports the goal of the bill but feels the bill as written is flawed. Here is a news story about the hearing.


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  1. How many brain dead morons are there in New Age regimes ???

    In sane regimes —

    IF a person is NOT QUALIFIED to vote in a precinct and that person attempts to vote or does vote, he/she is a FELON (i.e. directly subverting Democracy in the regime — akin to treason — not quite like littering with a chewing gum piece of foil/paper).

    Thus – there is the instant interState felony stuff in Art. IV for fugitive interstate criminals.

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