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Showtalk
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From: Showtalk

Jul-17

How can they get rid of half their politicians?

Showtalk
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From: Showtalk

Jul-17

They can’t have a do-over because it’s impossible to go back in time and undo everything. All they can do is change the system so it works in the future.

WALTER784
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From: WALTER784

Jul-17

Run against them with staunch Republicans who stand a very high change of winning over their RINO cohorts...

Watch for a lot of these changes in November. Liz Cheney among others will be one of them!

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WALTER784
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From: WALTER784

Jul-17

Showtalk said...

They can’t have a do-over because it’s impossible to go back in time and undo everything. All they can do is change the system so it works in the future.

Nullify their State's votes.

But I seriously doubt they'll do that.

I think it's just one of Vos's gimmicks so that he can win the primaries and then turn around and do nothing about it after he wins the primaries. He only has a very small lead over his closest competitor.

FWIW

WALTER784
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From: WALTER784

Jul-17

Missouri Governor Parsons Signs House Bill (HB) 1878 – Requires Voter ID – Eliminates Drop Boxes

By Joe Hoft
Published June 30, 2022 at 7:00pm

Governor Parsons from Missouri today signed an election bill in an effort to make elections more secure. 
 
Today, during a signing ceremony at the State Capitol, Governor Mike Parson signed five pieces of legislation into law, including House Bill (HB) 1878, which modifies Missouri’s election laws to strengthen election processes and voter confidence.
 
“We are happy to be joined by Representative John Simmons and Senator Sandy Crawford to sign HB 1878 into law,” Governor Parson said. “In 2020 and years prior, Missouri has conducted free, fair, and secure elections, but with changing technologies and new emerging threats, we want to ensure they remain that way. HB 1878 strengthens our election processes and gives Missourians confidence that their voices are being accurately and securely recorded at the ballot box.”
 
HB 1878 – Modifies provisions regarding election law:
 
Requires all registered voters in Missouri to provide a photo ID to vote and repeals the use of mail-in ballots while allowing certain absentee ballots, strengthening the integrity of each citizen’s vote.
 
Additionally, HB 1878 makes several other modifications to state statute:
 
Clarifies when voter rolls can be audited by the Secretary of State;
Allows no excuse absentee voting in person at the local election authority starting two weeks prior to the election;
 
Prohibits the use of ballot drop boxes for absentee ballots;
Makes the paper ballot the official ballot and prohibits the use of electronic vote counting machines after January 1, 2024;
 
Prevents local election authorities from accepting private donations, with limited exceptions;
 
Requires all electronic voting machines to be “air gapped” or not directly connected to the internet; and
 
Adds several other provisions related to elections.
 
“Our election system is a cornerstone of our Republic,” State Representative John Simmons said. “Faith and confidence in the process is a solemn responsibility by voters themselves and those conducting elections.  A photo ID  requirement is but one common sense measure the vast majority of Missourians support.”
 
“I believe when HB 1878 becomes law Missourians can be assured that their votes will be counted correctly and there will be many safeguards in place to prevent voter fraud,” State Senator Sandy Crawford said.
 
This is a step forward in Missouri. 

Missouri Governor Parsons Signs House Bill (HB) 1878 - Requires Voter ID - Eliminates Drop Boxes (thegatewaypundit.com)

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Showtalk
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From: Showtalk

Jul-17

Liz Cheney is out but if the Democrats can get their constituents to vote for a RINO and displace a Conservative, they get what they want. Another possible vote in the Senate for their side.

Showtalk
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From: Showtalk

Jul-17

He’s playing politics.

WALTER784
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From: WALTER784

Jul-17

Showtalk said...

if the Democrats can get their constituents to vote for a RINO and displace a Conservative, they get what they want. Another possible vote in the Senate for their side.

That's why the GOP needs to get a strong incumbent who can easily beat any RINO the Democrats are opting for.

FWIW

WALTER784
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From: WALTER784

Jul-17

Yep...

Dirty politics too.

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