Did Pelosi try to scrap voter ID, absentee ballot rules?
Since the coronavirus outbreak, Washington officials have offered plans to help businesses and unemployed Americans. One of those plans included proposed changes to election laws, prompting pushback from North Carolina state Rep. David Lewis.
SO WE HOPE THAT YOU'LL CONSIDER HELPING TODAY. >>> AS AMERICANS DEAL WITH THE COVID-19, WE WONDER HOW IT WILL IMPACT THE NOVEMBER ELECTIONS. IT WOULD EXPAND VOTING BY MAIL. SOME SAY IT WILL UNDERMINE THE ELECTION LAWS. >> Reporter: WHEN A PLAN TOUT THE BY HOUSE NANCY PILOSI UNDERCUSS ELECTION LAWS? THAT IS WHAT SOME SAY. THEY SAY THAT THE DEMOCRATS' BILL WILL BLOCK VOTER ID AND VOTER PROTECTIONS. THE BILL WOULD NOT BAN IN PERSON VOTER ID LAWS BUT WITH ABSENTEE BALLOTS, HE HAS A POINT. THEY ASK ASK FOR A DRIVER'S LICENSE NUMBER WHEN ASKED FOR AND BALANCE LOT. WHEN NORTH CAROLINA VOTERS FILL OUT AND ABSENTEE BALLOT, SOMEONE HAS TO WITNESS IT. THE DEMOCRATS' BILL WOULD NOT WITNESS IT AT ALL. LEWIS CLIMB ABOUT VOTER ID NEEDS A LOT MORE CONTEXT. BUT HE IS RATE ABOUT THE ABSENTEE BALLOT. SO WE RATE HIS TWEET HALF TRUE.