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IOWA VOTING CHANGE BILL SENT TO REYNOLDS’ DESK

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IOWA LAWMAKERS HAVE SENT GOVERNOR KIM REYNOLDS A BILL THAT CHANGES ABSENTEE VOTING RULES AND SETS AN EARLY VOTING PERIOD FOR ELECTIONS THAT IS NINE DAYS SHORTER.

REPRESENTATIVE BOBBY KAUFMANN, A REPUBLICAN FROM WILTON, SAYS IOWA’S 2020 ELECTION WAS SUCCESSFUL AND VOTER FRAUD WAS NOT AN ISSUE IN THE STATE.

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DEMOCRATIC REPRESENTATIVE KRISTIN SUNDE OF WEST DES MOINES, SAYS THE BILL IS THE OPPOSITE OF GOOD CUSTOMER SERVICE TO IOWA VOTERS.

CHANGE4 OC…….HAPPIER CUSTOMERS?” :12

SENATE REPUBICANS APPROVED THE BILL TUESDAY AND HOUSE REPUBLICANS PASSED THE BILL WEDNESDAY NIGHT.

GOVERNOR KIM REYNOLDS IS NOT YET INDICATING IF SHE WILL SIGN THE BILL:

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AMONG THE CHANGES APPROVED ARE ENDING ELECTION DAY VOTING AT 8:00 P-M INSTEAD OF 9:00, AND ABSENTEE BALLOTS MUST BE INSIDE THE COUNTY AUDITOR’S OFFICE BY 8:00 P-M ON ELECTION NIGHT TO BE COUNTED.