My lower back hurts just thinking about standing in line for three hours. Come to think of it, my knees hurt too. And yet, the Montana Democrat Party is filing a lawsuit to keep the mess known as same day registration in place.
Across the board our callers want Montana's governor and the Montana legislature to enact similar measures moving forward in Florida, where Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) is working to block enforcement of any COVID passport requirements in the sunshine state.
I've been getting your emails and your phone calls into our statewide radio show, and the message is clear: Montanans want to focus on election security and election integrity, especially after the shenanigans we saw in the 2020 elections in parts of the country.
There's the nearly $2 trillion COVID relief bill that doesn't even give most of the money to COVID relief, and bails out the bad decision making of blue states like California and New York. There's the Equality Act that would discriminate against women in the name of the transgender movement. There's defund the police. That's just some of the crazy bills being pushed by House Democrats this week.
Montana's Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen (R-MT) is backing an end to same day voter registration and other important election integrity measures being discussed before the Montana Legislature this session. She also supports a proposed voter ID bill by State Sen. Mike Cuffe (R-Eureka).