Should Congress repeal the Motor Voter Law?
• "Loopholes in the voter registration process increases the risk of voter fraud and threatens the integrity of our democracy." Source: Rep. Greg Steube (Republican, Florida, District 17)
This bill would repeal the National Voter Registration Act of 1993, also known as the Motor Voter Law. The Motor Voter Law offers voter registration services at state motor vehicle agencies while simultaneously applying for a driver's license as well as by mail. This bill would allow states to enact and enforce their own election laws to prevent voter fraud. Sponsor: Rep. Andy Biggs (Republican, Arizona, District 5)
- Congressman Biggs Introduces Legislation to Repeal the Outdated National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (“Motor Voter”)
- Former Georgia Gubernatorial Candidate on a Push for Voter Turnout (NPR)
- House Republicans introduce bill to repeal ‘motor voter’ law over fraud fears (Fox News)
- Supreme Court rebuffs bid to revive Kansas voting law (CBS News)