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Michele Bachmann, Jay Ashcroft, Hans von Spakovsky and John Fund, the moderator and speakers at Regent University’s Election Integrity Conference.

Regent University Presents: American Election Integrity With John Fund, Hans von Spakovsky, and Jay Ashcroft

Watch the second in the Robertson School of Government American Election Integrity series below. This video explains the most pressing hot button issue in politics today … H.R. 1/S1, called “the law to end all laws.” John Fund, a writer for National Review Online, said, “This is the single worst piece of legislation in my over 40 years of covering politics.” Hans von Spakovsky, an elections expert from Heritage Foundation, wholeheartedly agreed, saying this is the worst piece of election legislation he has ever seen. Von Spakovsky also flatly stated, “there is no voter suppression in the United States, period!” Missouri Secretary of State, Jay Ashcroft, explained why H.R. 1/S1 is patently unconstitutional on many levels. Sec. Ashcroft said he and many other Secretaries of State will immediately file lawsuits seeking to strike down the bill should it become law.

Key Topics: election integrity, H.R. 1, HR1/S1, voter suppression, rule by the consent of the governed.

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On Tuesday, March 23, 2021, Regent University’s Robertson School of Government (RSG) hosted a highly attended virtual conference on the critical topic of election integrity in America. Moderated by RSG Dean and former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, this event included seven hours of timely discussion on every citizen’s right to vote in a free and fair election.

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