Republicans Fire Back at Hillary Clinton's Push to Expand Voting Rights
On Friday, Republican politicians in various stages of considering presidential campaigns shot back at Hillary Clinton's announced effort to overhaul voter registration. Speaking in Houston on Thursday, Clinton laid out her vision for getting more Americans to the ballot box, citing Oregon's automatic-registration as a model. She criticized Republicans for “fear mongering about a phantom epidemic of election fraud,” and she slammed some of her likely competitors by name.
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