Republicans Move To Curb Voting After Historic 2020 Turnout : The NPR Politics Podcast Republican state lawmakers across the country, including in Iowa and Arizona, have introduced measures designed to make it harder to vote. Meanwhile, Virginia has followed other blue states in passing reforms to expand ballot access

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Republicans Move To Curb Voting After Historic 2020 Turnout

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Republicans Move To Curb Voting After Historic 2020 Turnout

Republicans Move To Curb Voting After Historic 2020 Turnout

Republicans Move To Curb Voting After Historic 2020 Turnout

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Republican state lawmakers across the country, including in Iowa and Arizona, have introduced measures designed to make it harder to vote. Meanwhile, Virginia has followed other blue states in passing progressive reforms to expand ballot access

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