Passed Bill Brings Changes During Election Season


State Senator Neil Anderson (R-Andalusia) has released the below statement regarding passage of Senate Bill 2412:

“We always hear about cheating and election interference, well here it is. While the democratic gerrymandering of maps wasn’t good enough for the left, now they’ve passed a bill during election season to change the rules and stack the deck for their favored incumbent candidates and highjack our elections,” said Senator Neil Anderson. “This isn’t about updating process or cleaning up rules, this is democrats putting their thumb on the scales of democracy to line their pockets and strengthen their hierarchy in our state. This is a blatant abuse of power and insanely undemocratic.” 

***Courtesy of State Senator Neil Anderson***

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