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BREAKING: House Passes SAVE Act, Banning Non-Citizen Voting in Federal Elections


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In a major win for election integrity, the House of Representatives has just passed the SAVE act.

Introduced by Republican Rep. Chip Roy, the SAVE Act stands for “Safeguard American Voter Eligibility” and bans non-citizens from voting in federal elections.

Voters will now be required to prove their citizenship in order to participate in national elections.

It also allows people to sue election officials if they don’t enforce the rules.

The bill passed in a 221-198 vote. Notably, all Democrats except 5 voted against the measure to safeguard our elections…

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After passing the SAVE act, Speaker Mike Johnson released this statement:

From Just the News:

The House of Representatives on Wednesday passed the Republican-led Safeguard American Voter Eligibility (SAVE) Act in a 221-198 vote, which requires voters to prove their citizenship in the United States in order to vote in federal elections.

The SAVE Act was introduced by Texas Rep. Chip Roy, a Republican, earlier this year, but could be vetoed by President Joe Biden if it reaches his desk later this year.

The Biden administration said it opposes the bill because it is already illegal for non-citizens to vote in federal elections.

 



 

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