You Vote: Should the GOP oppose or embrace Democrat-led voting rule changes?
Republicans once adamantly resisted new rules such as universal mail-in voting. Now, seeing no choice, they want to use the changes to their advantage.
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Republicans have adamantly opposed universal mail-in voting, ballot curing, and ballot harvesting because of the heightened possibility for fraud. But now, as Democrats have used these methods to help their candidates win elections, the GOP is belatedly accepting that they must play the same game, Just the News reported.
Increasingly, Republicans and conservatives are reluctantly embracing the new rules as necessary to compete with Democrats in states where ensuring the highest number of ballots are counted has become as important as persuading voters to support certain candidates.
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