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"Parts of this bill were passed unanimously by the Senate in the Voting Rights Act a couple of years ago. So there has in the past been bipartisan support. But I think the real battle here, as you say, is whether there are going to be national rules that protect the freedom to vote, that ensure that citizens will be able to get to polls or vote absentee or by mail,” said Trevor Potter, president of Campaign Legal Center. “Senator Murkowski has worked with Senator Manchin on the voting rights restoration portions. There are other parts of this bill that have had bipartisan support in the past.”
Read the full transcript of the video interview here.