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National Council on Election Integrity urges action ahead of key vote on the Freedom to Vote Act

Media Contact

Cory Combs

Director of Media Relations

In advance of the Senate’s key vote today on the Freedom to Vote Act, the National Council on Election Integrity issued the following statement:

“Now more than ever, we need to protect every American’s freedom to vote and rebuild trust in the integrity of our elections. The Freedom to Vote Act is a good-faith compromise led by Senator Joe Manchin that includes common sense proposals supported by voters across the political spectrum — such as early voting, vote by mail, improved cybersecurity, and voter ID requirements. 

“This proposal is an important part of the conversation and deserves a robust debate in the Senate. We applaud Senator Manchin’s effort to seek input from his Republican colleagues. 

“This is a historic opportunity for both political parties to come together to strengthen our democracy. Inaction is not an option.”