The Minnesota House of Representatives is expected to vote on the Elections Omnibus Bill (HF 1736) on Friday, which includes a plethora of ugly proposals that will vastly diminish election integrity in Minnesota.
Here are just some of the provisions being rolled into this bill:
- Voter pre-registration for 16 and 17-year-olds
- Signs Minnesota onto the National Popular Vote Compact
- Increase the threshold for major party status from 5% to 10%
- Conceal the addresses of elected officials
And, of course, it would not be a DFL legislative proposal without some hefty fund allocations to top things off. If passed in its current form, the DFL would be giving another $2.6 million to the Secretary of State’s office.
Make no mistake; this omnibus bill exists for the sole purpose of ensuring DFL dominance of Minnesota’s state government.
By pre-registering teenagers to vote, quashing serious third-party competition, and contributing to the collapse of the electoral college, the Minnesota Democrat Party is doing itself a big favor in the 2024 and 2026 elections.
By rolling these extreme proposals into an unconstitutional multi-subject bill, legislators think they won’t be held accountable for their votes. Prove them wrong.
If you want to see our state abide by the (r)epublican principles that our country was founded upon, contact your state legislators and tell them to vote no on this extreme omnibus bill.