White House: The battle for electoral reform is not over yet

The President and the Vice President will use all the tools to implement electoral law reform at the federal level.

The Joe Biden administration is not going to put up with Republican attempts to block federal voting rights reform; “this fight is still not over,” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said.

According to her, President Joe Biden believes that “expanding access to a voting… it should be a fundamental right of all Americans.” The President, Psaki stressed, has fought for changes to the voting system throughout his political career.

“He will continue to use it… all government levers to move forward,” the White House press secretary stressed.

Jen Psaki noted that the reform was initiated by Democrats because legislative assemblies in some Republican states passed a whole “wave of laws directed against voters and based on repeatedly refuted false information that led to the attack on the Capitol.”

According to Psaki, the president and vice president will work with human rights organizations and democratic-majority legislatures to ensure that “the bill crosses the finish line at the federal level.” “This fight is not over yet. Regardless of today’s result, it will continue,” the spokeswoman added.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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