Source: The Washington Post
Given the historic turnout we saw in 2020, it’s a hugely important story line moving forward. Many casual voters and nonvoters were drawn into the process, but it’s not a sure thing they will be moving forward — or that it will be as easy for them to do so.
Along with the decennial redistricting process, this will be one of the most significant developments to watch at the state level over the next two years.
I suppose that it is inevitable that their noise will result in a restriction of voting rights. This has been a part of the game plan since Reagan. Republicans lose when more people vote.