Democrats tweak marquee voting bill as they seek path out of Senate

Congressional Democrats have tweaked their marquee voting-rights, campaign-finance and ethics bill ahead of a Senate committee vote next week. “The Senate is incorporating recommendations from key stakeholders, adding flexibility to the timeline for implementing changes that will modernize and improve access to voting systems,” Trevor Potter, the president of Campaign Legal Center and a Republican former chairman of the Federal Election Commission, said in a statement. “Failure to pass these important protections is not an option.”

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