Even though conservatives oppose automatic voter registration, former President Obama praised Pennsylvania for deploying it in the pivotal swing state before the 2024 election.
People in Pennsylvania who apply for a driver’s license or state ID card at the DMV will now be automatically registered to vote. Obama expressed his hope that additional states would do likewise.
Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, voiced his disapproval of the decision to his 2.3 million Twitter followers. The liberal governor of Pennsylvania’s plan to automatically register voters is legally dubious in his eyes, he said, because it could make it easier for unqualified individuals to vote.
According to Fitton, one of the most corrupt presidents in American history, Barack Obama, is supporting a shady procedure that threatens the integrity of elections in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania will join the ranks of the other 24 states in the United States that use automatic registration. This implies that anyone visiting the DMV to get a driver’s license will be registered to vote unless they proactively opt out. The governor of Pennsylvania has said that 1.6 million eligible citizens are not yet registered to vote. He said automatic registration is a trusted and proven strategy that has been shown to increase voter turnout and participation.
Shapiro argued on X that increasing voting rights for all eligible citizens is essential to achieving true freedom.
Presler, a conservative activist with over 1.4 million Twitter followers, recently posted that Shapiro’s revelation indicates the Democrats are getting desperate in light of the Republican Party’s recent advances in voter registration.
President Biden declared that Tuesday, January 30, would be National Voter Registration Day, bringing up the January 6 violence at the U.S. Capitol.
Biden urged citizens to sign up to vote and vowed to oppose state laws that suppress the people’s will in a press statement issued by the White House on Monday.
According to Biden’s statement, many people’s right to vote is still in jeopardy. The Supreme Court’s decision to water down the Voting Rights Act has led to a proliferation of anti-voting laws at the state level. One of the darkest episodes in our nation’s history occurred on January 6, 2021, when election skeptics staged a violent and fatal revolt at the Capitol. We’re still fighting to protect democratic principles.