•Restrict voting to the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Currently, you can vote from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.)
•Restrict recalls for school and municipal officials. Those officials would have to be charged with a crime to initiate the process.
•Would reinstate the voter ID law
•Require ballots to be thrown away if voters fail to sign the poll log book.
•Require a “hard copy” proof of residents — not a digital display on a smart phone or tablet.
1) would hurt 8-5 workers the most. I'm guessing that would include a large amount of the Republican base.
2) Probably more in line with public sentiment if last years recall election was any indicator.
3) Seeing as two federal lawsuits are pending, and one state lawsuit is pending appeal, I'm not sure how they plan on reinstating this law in a way that wouldn't have the same issue.
4) is this even a real issue? Seriously, I've never been handed a ballot before I signed the book. On concept it makes sense, since that is part of the verification process, but really is this something that is causing huge issues?
5) This one doesn't actually bug me that much tbh.