Gov. Newsom signs universal vote-by-mail into permanent law for California

Gov. Newsom signs universal vote-by-mail into permanent law for California
California Governor Gavin Newsom. Axios on HBO video clip, YouTube

[Ed. – This won’t stand.  People can’t agree to be governed this way.  The question is how it will be reversed.  No answers on that today.]

On Monday, Newsom signed Assembly Bill 37, which requires a mail-in ballot to be mailed to every registered voter in the state. This makes the Golden State the eighth state in the union to implement this type of law.

“As states across our country continue to enact undemocratic voter suppression laws, California is increasing voter access, expanding voting options and bolstering elections integrity and transparency,” Newsom claimed, bragging of the “unprecedented steps” taken last year, making universal mail-in voting a widespread reality during the pandemic.

“Today we are making those measures permanent after record-breaking participation in the 2020 presidential election,” the Democrat, who recently survived a recall attempt, added.

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