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December 02, 2022

  “The biggest takeaway of the mid-term elections is that Republican attitudes in regard to mail-in voting needs to change,” a GOP county chairman in Pennsylvania tells The Washington Examiner’s Salena Zito. Starting in 2020, she notes, “Democrats embraced” mail-in voting “with gusto, but Republicans shied away.” Now, “If this is the new normal for voting going forward, then Republicans need to step up and get their voters to do the same — otherwise, they will find themselves on the wrong end of big elections going forward.”  The GOP must work starting now on abolishing mail - in voting. 

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