Owen Hill on Government Reform
Hill took consistent aim at the federal government throughout the hour-long debate. "We've tried Democrat leadership, we've tried Republican leadership, and across the board we have watched for the coming generations the debt grow, freedoms taken away, and power and money consolidated in Washington, D.C.," he said. "Unless we find a way to return opportunities to the state, to follow the Constitution, to stick to the enumerated powers our founding fathers were wise enough to give us in the first place, it is indeed too late."
The intent of this act is to remove barriers to participation in the electoral process by making both voting and voter registration more convenient and accessible. Therefore, all eligible citizens who want to exercise their right to vote should have the opportunity to exercise their right to vote by being able to register to vote up to and on election day.
The general assembly declares that the peoples' self-government through the electoral process is more legitimate and better accepted when voter participation increases. By implementing this act, the general assembly hereby concludes that it is appropriate to expand the use of mail ballot elections as a means to increase voter participation.
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