Tucker covers HR1 - This will destroy America as you know it.
Bidens first big bill. This will destroy America as you know it. https://vulms.org/h-r-1-for-the-people-act-of-2021/ 1) Internet-only registration with electronic signature submission. 2) Online application for voter registration. 3) Banning the requirement to provide a full SSN for voter registration. 4) 16-year-olds required to be registered to vote. 5) Nationwide same-day registration. 6) Grants ($25M) for using minors in election activities. 7) More children voters. 8) Prohibiting attempts to clean voter rolls of non-residents. 9) Murderers and rapists can vote. 10) Mandatory early voting. 11) THE BIG ONE – NATIONWIDE VOTE BY MAIL, BAN ON BALLOT PROTECTION MEASURES, LEGALIZED LIMITLESS BALLOT HARVESTING. “SEC. 307. PROMOTING ABILITY OF VOTERS TO VOTE BY MAIL." 12) ADMINISTRATION OF VOTING BY MAIL PROHIBITING IDENTIFICATION REQUIREMENT AS CONDITION OF OBTAINING BALLOT PERMITTING VOTERS TO DESIGNATE OTHER PERSON TO RETURN BALLOT 13) Banning voter ID by replacing it with ‘I totally promise I’m not a degenerate rigger’ note. 14) Roadwork for DC statehood and territory statehood. 15) COMPLETE CONGRESSIONAL TAKEOVER OF REDISTRICTING to include "diversity" H.R.1 - For the People Act of 2021 https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-bill/1/text?q=%7B%22search%22%3A%5B%22hr1%22%5D%7D&r=1&s=2
1) Internet-only registration with electronic signature submission. “(a) Requiring Availability Of Internet For Online Registration.—Each State, acting through the chief State election official, shall ensure that the following services are available to the public at any time on the official public websites of the appropriate State and local election officials in the State, in the same manner and subject to the same terms and conditions as the services provided by voter registration agencies under section 7(a): “(1) Online application for voter registration. 2) Banning the requirement to provide a full SSN for voter registration. SEC. 1005. PROHIBITING STATE FROM REQUIRING APPLICANTS TO PROVIDE MORE THAN LAST 4 DIGITS OF SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER. (a) Form Included With Application For Motor Vehicle Driver’s License.—Section 5(c)(2)(B)(ii) of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (52 U.S.C. 20504(c)(2)(B)(ii)) is amended by striking the semicolon at the end and inserting the following: “, and to the extent that the application requires the applicant to provide a Social Security number, may not require the applicant to provide more than the last 4 digits of such number;”. 3) Nationwide 'Motor Voter' registration. Note that motor voter registration is how thousands of illegal became registered voters in California and Nevada. (2) DEFINITION.—The term “automatic registration” means a system that registers an individual to vote in elections for Federal office in a State, if eligible, by electronically transferring the information necessary for registration from government agencies to election officials of the State so that, unless the individual affirmatively declines to be registered, the individual will be registered to vote in such elections. 4) 16 year olds required to be registered to vote. (d) Treatment Of Individuals Under 18 Years Of Age.—A State may not refuse to treat an individual as an eligible individual for purposes of this part on the grounds that the individual is less than 18 years of age at the time a contributing agency receives information with respect to the individual, so long as the individual is at least 16 years of age at such time. Nothing in the previous sentence may be construed to require a State to permit an individual who is under 18 years of age at the time of an election for Federal office to vote in the election. 5) Nationwide same-day registration. “(1) REGISTRATION.—Each State shall permit any eligible individual on the day of a Federal election and on any day when voting, including early voting, is permitted for a Federal election— “(A) to register to vote in such election at the polling place using a form that meets the requirements under section 9(b) of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (or, if the individual is already registered to vote, to revise any of the individual’s voter registration information); and “(B) to cast a vote in such election. 6) Grants ($25M) for using minors in election activities. (1) IN GENERAL.—The Election Assistance Commission (hereafter in this section referred to as the “Commission”) shall make grants to eligible States to enable such States to carry out a plan to increase the involvement of individuals under 18 years of age in public election activities in the State. 7) More children voters. “(k) Acceptance Of Applications From Individuals Under 18 Years Of Age.— “(1) IN GENERAL.—A State may not refuse to accept or process an individual’s application to register to vote in elections for Federal office on the grounds that the individual is under 18 years of age at the time the individual submits the application, so long as the individual is at least 16 years of age at such time.
8) Prohibiting attempts to clean voter rolls of non-residents. It's this whole section, but in particular, this part below basically says nobody is allowed to request voter rolls to be cleaned up. ie: making it illegal to do what Tom Fitton was doing. “(1) REQUIREMENTS FOR CHALLENGES.—No person, other than a State or local election official, shall submit a formal challenge to an individual’s eligibility to register to vote in an election for Federal office or to vote in an election for Federal office unless that challenge is supported by personal knowledge regarding the grounds for ineligibility which is— 9) Murderers and rapists can vote. (1) NOTIFICATION.—On the date determined under paragraph (2), each State shall notify in writing any individual who has been convicted of a criminal offense under the law of that State that such individual has the right to vote in an election for Federal office pursuant to the Democracy Restoration Act of 2021 and may register to vote in any such election and provide such individual with any materials that are necessary to register to vote in any such election. 10) Mandatory early voting. Note that I personally like early voting in Florida, but putting it here anyway. “(1) IN GENERAL.—Each State shall allow individuals to vote in an election for Federal office during an early voting period which occurs prior to the date of the election, in the same manner as voting is allowed on such date. 11) THE BIG ONE - NATIONWIDE VOTE BY MAIL, BAN ON BALLOT PROTECTION MEASURES, LEGALIZED LIMITLESS BALLOT HARVESTING. “SEC. 307. PROMOTING ABILITY OF VOTERS TO VOTE BY MAIL. “(a) Uniform Availability Of Absentee Voting To All Voters.— “(1) IN GENERAL.—If an individual in a State is eligible to cast a vote in an election for Federal office, the State may not impose any additional conditions or requirements on the eligibility of the individual to cast the vote in such election by absentee ballot by mail. “(2) ADMINISTRATION OF VOTING BY MAIL.— “(A) PROHIBITING IDENTIFICATION REQUIREMENT AS CONDITION OF OBTAINING BALLOT.—A State may not require an individual to provide any form of identification as a condition of obtaining an absentee ballot, except that nothing in this paragraph may be construed to prevent a State from requiring a signature of the individual or similar affirmation as a condition of obtaining an absentee ballot. “(B) PROHIBITING REQUIREMENT TO PROVIDE NOTARIZATION OR WITNESS SIGNATURE AS CONDITION OF OBTAINING OR CASTING BALLOT.—A State may not require notarization or witness signature or other formal authentication (other than voter attestation) as a condition of obtaining or casting an absentee ballot. “(2) PERMITTING VOTERS TO DESIGNATE OTHER PERSON TO RETURN BALLOT.—The State— “(A) shall permit a voter to designate any person to return a voted and sealed absentee ballot to the post office, a ballot drop-off location, tribally designated building, or election office so long as the person designated to return the ballot does not receive any form of compensation based on the number of ballots that the person has returned and no individual, group, or organization provides compensation on this basis; and “(B) may not put any limit on how many voted and sealed absentee ballots any designated person can return to the post office, a ballot drop off location, tribally designated building, or election office.
>>12714014 12) Banning voter ID by replacing it with 'I totes promise I'm not a degenerate rigger' note. “(1) IN GENERAL.—Except as provided in subsection (c), if a State has in effect a requirement that an individual present identification as a condition of receiving and casting a ballot in an election for Federal office, the State shall permit the individual to meet the requirement— “(A) in the case of an individual who desires to vote in person, by presenting the appropriate State or local election official with a sworn written statement, signed by the individual under penalty of perjury, attesting to the individual’s identity and attesting that the individual is eligible to vote in the election; or 13) Roadwork for DC statehood and territory statehood. The whole subtitle. Subtitle C—Findings Relating To District Of Columbia Statehood Subtitle D—Territorial Voting Rights 14) COMPLETE CONGRESSIONAL TAKEOVER OF REDISTRICTING. Subtitle E—Redistricting Reform Also includes, of course, 'muh faggoty minorities boo hoo'. (B) ENSURING DIVERSITY.—In appointing the 9 members pursuant to subparagraph (B) of paragraph (1), as well as in designating alternates pursuant to subparagraph (B) of paragraph (3) and in appointing alternates to fill vacancies pursuant to subparagraph (B) of paragraph (4), the first members of the independent redistricting commission shall ensure that the membership is representative of the demographic groups (including racial, ethnic, economic, and gender) and geographic regions of the State, and provides racial, ethnic, and language minorities protected under the Voting Rights Act of 1965 with a meaningful opportunity to participate in the development of the State’s redistricting plan. SEC. 3201. NATIONAL STRATEGY TO PROTECT UNITED STATES DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS. (a) In General.—Not later than one year after the date of the enactment of this Act, the President, acting through the Secretary, in consultation with the Chairman, the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of State, the Attorney General, the Secretary of Education, the Director of National Intelligence, the Chairman of the Federal Election Commission, and the heads of any other appropriate Federal agencies, shall issue a national strategy to protect against cyber attacks, influence operations, disinformation campaigns, and other activities that could undermine the security and integrity of United States democratic institutions. (b) Considerations.—The national strategy required under subsection (a) shall include consideration of the following: (1) The threat of a foreign state actor, foreign terrorist organization (as designated pursuant to section 219 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1189)), or a domestic actor carrying out a cyber attack, influence operation, disinformation campaign, or other activity aimed at undermining the security and integrity of United States democratic institutions. (3) Potential consequences, such as an erosion of public trust or an undermining of the rule of law, that could result from a successful cyber attack, influence operation, disinformation campaign, or other activity aimed at undermining the security and integrity of United States democratic institutions. Literally forming a commission to effectively freeze anyone who says that the election was rigged. If someone else wants to take over, this is where I stopped:
I did notice a bunch of shit towards the end that is the 'WE HATE TRUMP' section. I think it says something about tax returns too.
H. R. 1
(b) Table of contents.—The table of contents of this Act is as follows:
Sec. 1. Short title.
Sec. 2. Organization of Act into divisions; table of contents.
Sec. 3. Findings of general constitutional authority.
Sec. 4. Standards for judicial review.
Title I—Election Access
Sec. 1000. Short title; statement of policy.
Subtitle A—Voter Registration Modernization
Sec. 1000A. Short title.
PART 1—PROMOTING INTERNET REGISTRATION
Sec. 1001. Requiring availability of internet for voter registration.
Sec. 1002. Use of internet to update registration information.
Sec. 1003. Provision of election information by electronic mail to individuals registered to vote.
Sec. 1004. Clarification of requirement regarding necessary information to show eligibility to vote.
Sec. 1005. Prohibiting State from requiring applicants to provide more than last 4 digits of Social Security number.
Sec. 1006. Effective date.
PART 2—AUTOMATIC VOTER REGISTRATION
Sec. 1011. Short title; findings and purpose.
Sec. 1012. Automatic registration of eligible individuals.
Sec. 1013. Contributing agency assistance in registration.
Sec. 1014. One-time contributing agency assistance in registration of eligible voters in existing records.
Sec. 1015. Voter protection and security in automatic registration.
Sec. 1016. Registration portability and correction.
Sec. 1017. Payments and grants.
Sec. 1018. Treatment of exempt States.
Sec. 1019. Miscellaneous provisions.
Sec. 1020. Definitions.
Sec. 1021. Effective date.
PART 3—SAME DAY VOTER REGISTRATION
Sec. 1031. Same day registration.
PART 4—CONDITIONS ON REMOVAL ON BASIS OF INTERSTATE CROSS-CHECKS
Sec. 1041. Conditions on removal of registrants from official list of eligible voters on basis of interstate cross-checks.
PART 5—OTHER INITIATIVES TO PROMOTE VOTER REGISTRATION
Sec. 1051. Annual reports on voter registration statistics.
Sec. 1052. Ensuring pre-election registration deadlines are consistent with timing of legal public holidays.
Sec. 1053. Use of Postal Service hard copy change of address form to remind individuals to update voter registration.
Sec. 1054. Grants to States for activities to encourage involvement of minors in election activities.
PART 6—AVAILABILITY OF HAVA REQUIREMENTS PAYMENTS
Sec. 1061. Availability of requirements payments under HAVA to cover costs of compliance with new requirements.
PART 7—PROHIBITING INTERFERENCE WITH VOTER REGISTRATION
Sec. 1071. Prohibiting hindering, interfering with, or preventing voter registration.
Sec. 1072. Establishment of best practices.
PART 8—VOTER REGISTRATION EFFICIENCY ACT
Sec. 1081. Short title.
Sec. 1082. Requiring applicants for motor vehicle driver’s licenses in new state to indicate whether state serves as residence for voter registration purposes.
PART 9—PROVIDING VOTER REGISTRATION INFORMATION TO SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Sec. 1091. Pilot program for providing voter registration information to secondary school students prior to graduation.
Sec. 1092. Reports.
Sec. 1093. Authorization of appropriations.
PART 10—VOTER REGISTRATION OF MINORS
Sec. 1094. Acceptance of voter registration applications from individuals under 18 years of age.
Subtitle B—Access to Voting for Individuals With Disabilities
Sec. 1101. Requirements for States to promote access to voter registration and voting for individuals with disabilities.
Sec. 1102. Expansion and reauthorization of grant program to assure voting access for individuals with disabilities.
Sec. 1103. Pilot programs for enabling individuals with disabilities to register to vote privately and independently at residences.
Sec. 1104. GAO analysis and report on voting access for individuals with disabilities.
Subtitle C—Prohibiting Voter Caging
Sec. 1201. Voter caging and other questionable challenges prohibited.
Sec. 1202. Development and adoption of best practices for preventing voter caging.
Subtitle D—Prohibiting Deceptive Practices and Preventing Voter Intimidation
Sec. 1301. Short title.
Sec. 1302. Prohibition on deceptive practices in Federal elections.
Sec. 1303. Corrective action.
Sec. 1304. Reports to Congress.
Subtitle E—Democracy Restoration
Sec. 1401. Short title.
Sec. 1402. Findings.
Sec. 1403. Rights of citizens.
Sec. 1404. Enforcement.
Sec. 1405. Notification of restoration of voting rights.
Sec. 1406. Definitions.
Sec. 1407. Relation to other laws.
Sec. 1408. Federal prison funds.
Sec. 1409. Effective date.
Subtitle F—Promoting Accuracy, Integrity, and Security Through Voter-Verified Permanent Paper Ballot
Sec. 1501. Short title.
Sec. 1502. Paper ballot and manual counting requirements.
Sec. 1503. Accessibility and ballot verification for individuals with disabilities.
Sec. 1504. Durability and readability requirements for ballots.
Sec. 1505. Study and report on optimal ballot design.
Sec. 1506. Paper ballot printing requirements.
Sec. 1507. Effective date for new requirements.
Subtitle G—Provisional Ballots
Sec. 1601. Requirements for counting provisional ballots; establishment of uniform and nondiscriminatory standards.
Subtitle H—Early Voting
Sec. 1611. Early voting.
Subtitle I—Voting by Mail
Sec. 1621. Voting by mail.
Sec. 1622. Absentee ballot tracking program.
Sec. 1623. Voting materials postage.
Subtitle J—Absent Uniformed Services Voters and Overseas Voters
Sec. 1701. Pre-election reports on availability and transmission of absentee ballots.
Sec. 1702. Enforcement.
Sec. 1703. Revisions to 45-day absentee ballot transmission rule.
Sec. 1704. Use of single absentee ballot application for subsequent elections.
Sec. 1705. Extending guarantee of residency for voting purposes to family members of absent military personnel.
Sec. 1706. Requiring transmission of blank absentee ballots under UOCAVA to certain voters.
Sec. 1707. Effective date.
Subtitle K—Poll Worker Recruitment and Training
Sec. 1801. Grants to States for poll worker recruitment and training.
Sec. 1802. State defined.
Subtitle L—Enhancement of Enforcement
Sec. 1811. Enhancement of enforcement of Help America Vote Act of 2002.
Subtitle M—Federal Election Integrity
Sec. 1821. Prohibition on campaign activities by chief State election administration officials.
Subtitle N—Promoting Voter Access Through Election Administration Improvements
PART 1—PROMOTING VOTER ACCESS
Sec. 1901. Treatment of institutions of higher education.
Sec. 1902. Minimum notification requirements for voters affected by polling place changes.
Sec. 1903. Permitting use of sworn written statement to meet identification requirements for voting.
Sec. 1904. Accommodations for voters residing in Indian lands.
Sec. 1905. Voter information response systems and hotline.
Sec. 1906. Ensuring equitable and efficient operation of polling places.
Sec. 1907. Requiring States to provide secured drop boxes for voted absentee ballots in elections for Federal office.
Sec. 1908. Prohibiting States from restricting curbside voting.
PART 2—DISASTER AND EMERGENCY CONTINGENCY PLANS
Sec. 1911. Requirements for Federal election contingency plans in response to natural disasters and emergencies.
PART 3—IMPROVEMENTS IN OPERATION OF ELECTION ASSISTANCE COMMISSION
Sec. 1921. Reauthorization of Election Assistance Commission.
Sec. 1922. Requiring States to participate in post-general election surveys.
Sec. 1923. Reports by National Institute of Standards and Technology on use of funds transferred from Election Assistance Commission.
Sec. 1924. Recommendations to improve operations of Election Assistance Commission.
Sec. 1925. Repeal of exemption of Election Assistance Commission from certain government contracting requirements.
PART 3—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
Sec. 1931. Application of laws to Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.
Sec. 1932. Definition of election for Federal office.
Sec. 1933. No effect on other laws.
Sec. 1941. Severability.
Title II—Election Integrity
Subtitle A—Findings Reaffirming Commitment of Congress To Restore the Voting Rights Act
Sec. 2001. Findings reaffirming commitment of Congress to restore the Voting Rights Act.
Subtitle B—Findings Relating to Native American Voting Rights
Sec. 2101. Findings relating to Native American voting rights.
Subtitle C—Findings Relating to District of Columbia Statehood
Sec. 2201. Findings relating to District of Columbia statehood.
Subtitle D—Territorial Voting Rights
Sec. 2301. Findings relating to territorial voting rights.
Sec. 2302. Congressional Task Force on Voting Rights of United States Citizen Residents of Territories of the United States.
Subtitle E—Redistricting Reform
Sec. 2400. Short title; finding of constitutional authority.
PART 1—REQUIREMENTS FOR CONGRESSIONAL REDISTRICTING
Sec. 2401. Requiring congressional redistricting to be conducted through plan of independent State commission.
Sec. 2402. Ban on mid-decade redistricting.
PART 2—INDEPENDENT REDISTRICTING COMMISSIONS
Sec. 2411. Independent redistricting commission.
Sec. 2412. Establishment of selection pool of individuals eligible to serve as members of commission.
Sec. 2413. Criteria for redistricting plan; public notice and input.
Sec. 2414. Establishment of related entities.
Sec. 2415. Report on diversity of memberships of independent redistricting commissions.
PART 3—ROLE OF COURTS IN DEVELOPMENT OF REDISTRICTING PLANS
Sec. 2421. Enactment of plan developed by 3-judge court.
Sec. 2422. Special rule for redistricting conducted under order of Federal court.
PART 4—ADMINISTRATIVE AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
Sec. 2431. Payments to States for carrying out redistricting.
Sec. 2432. Civil enforcement.
Sec. 2433. State apportionment notice defined.
Sec. 2434. No effect on elections for State and local office.
Sec. 2435. Effective date.
Subtitle F—Saving Eligible Voters From Voter Purging
Sec. 2501. Short title.
Sec. 2502. Conditions for removal of voters from list of registered voters.
Subtitle G—No Effect on Authority of States To Provide Greater Opportunities for Voting
Sec. 2601. No effect on authority of States to provide greater opportunities for voting.
Subtitle H—Residence of Incarcerated Individuals
Sec. 2701. Residence of incarcerated individuals.
Sec. 2801. Severability.
Title III—Election Security
Sec. 3000. Short title; sense of Congress.
Subtitle A—Financial Support for Election Infrastructure
PART 1—VOTING SYSTEM SECURITY IMPROVEMENT GRANTS
Sec. 3001. Grants for obtaining compliant paper ballot voting systems and carrying out voting system security improvements.
Sec. 3002. Coordination of voting system security activities with use of requirements payments and election administration requirements under Help America Vote Act of 2002.
Sec. 3003. Incorporation of definitions.
PART 2—GRANTS FOR RISK-LIMITING AUDITS OF RESULTS OF ELECTIONS
Sec. 3011. Grants to States for conducting risk-limiting audits of results of elections.
Sec. 3012. GAO analysis of effects of audits.
PART 3—ELECTION INFRASTRUCTURE INNOVATION GRANT PROGRAM
Sec. 3021. Election infrastructure innovation grant program.
Subtitle B—Security Measures
Sec. 3101. Election infrastructure designation.
Sec. 3102. Timely threat information.
Sec. 3103. Security clearance assistance for election officials.
Sec. 3104. Security risk and vulnerability assessments.
Sec. 3105. Annual reports.
Sec. 3106. Pre-election threat assessments.
Subtitle C—Enhancing Protections for United States Democratic Institutions
Sec. 3201. National strategy to protect United States democratic institutions.
Sec. 3202. National Commission to Protect United States Democratic Institutions.
Subtitle D—Promoting Cybersecurity Through Improvements in Election Administration
Sec. 3301. Testing of existing voting systems to ensure compliance with election cybersecurity guidelines and other guidelines.
Sec. 3302. Treatment of electronic poll books as part of voting systems.
Sec. 3303. Pre-election reports on voting system usage.
Sec. 3304. Streamlining collection of election information.
Subtitle E—Preventing Election Hacking
Sec. 3401. Short title.
Sec. 3402. Election Security Bug Bounty Program.
Subtitle F—Election security grants advisory committee
Sec. 3501. Establishment of advisory committee.
Subtitle G—Miscellaneous Provisions
Sec. 3601. Definitions.
Sec. 3602. Initial report on adequacy of resources available for implementation.
Subtitle H—Use of Voting Machines Manufactured in the United States
Sec. 3701. Use of voting machines manufactured in the United States.
Sec. 3801. Severability.
Division B—Campaign Finance
Title IV—Campaign Finance Transparency
Subtitle A—Establishing Duty To Report Foreign Election Interference
Sec. 4001. Findings relating to illicit money undermining our democracy.
Sec. 4002. Federal campaign reporting of foreign contacts.
Sec. 4003. Federal campaign foreign contact reporting compliance system.
Sec. 4004. Criminal penalties.
Sec. 4005. Report to congressional intelligence committees.
Sec. 4006. Rule of construction.
Subtitle B—DISCLOSE Act
Sec. 4100. Short title.
PART 1—CLOSING LOOPHOLES ALLOWING SPENDING BY FOREIGN NATIONALS IN ELECTIONS
Sec. 4101. Clarification of prohibition on participation by foreign nationals in election-related activities.
Sec. 4102. Clarification of application of foreign money ban to certain disbursements and activities.
Sec. 4103. Audit and report on illicit foreign money in Federal elections.
Sec. 4104. Prohibition on contributions and donations by foreign nationals in connections with ballot initiatives and referenda.
Sec. 4105. Disbursements and activities subject to foreign money ban.
Sec. 4106. Prohibiting establishment of corporation to conceal election contributions and donations by foreign nationals.
PART 2—REPORTING OF CAMPAIGN-RELATED DISBURSEMENTS
Sec. 4111. Reporting of campaign-related disbursements.
Sec. 4112. Application of foreign money ban to disbursements for campaign-related disbursements consisting of covered transfers.
Sec. 4113. Effective date.
PART 3—OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS
Sec. 4121. Petition for certiorari.
Sec. 4122. Judicial review of actions related to campaign finance laws.
Subtitle C—Strengthening Oversight of Online Political Advertising
Sec. 4201. Short title.
Sec. 4202. Purpose.
Sec. 4203. Findings.
Sec. 4204. Sense of Congress.
Sec. 4205. Expansion of definition of public communication.
Sec. 4206. Expansion of definition of electioneering communication.
Sec. 4207. Application of disclaimer statements to online communications.
Sec. 4208. Political record requirements for online platforms.
Sec. 4209. Preventing contributions, expenditures, independent expenditures, and disbursements for electioneering communications by foreign nationals in the form of online advertising.
Sec. 4210. Independent study on media literacy and online political content consumption.
Subtitle D—Stand By Every Ad
Sec. 4301. Short title.
Sec. 4302. Stand by every ad.
Sec. 4303. Disclaimer requirements for communications made through prerecorded telephone calls.
Sec. 4304. No expansion of persons subject to disclaimer requirements on internet communications.
Sec. 4305. Effective date.
Subtitle E—Deterring Foreign Interference in Elections
PART 1—DETERRENCE UNDER FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN ACT OF 1971
Sec. 4401. Restrictions on exchange of campaign information between candidates and foreign powers.
Sec. 4402. Clarification of standard for determining existence of coordination between campaigns and outside interests.
Sec. 4403. Prohibition on provision of substantial assistance relating to contribution or donation by foreign nationals.
PART 2—INADMISSIBILITY AND DEPORTABILITY OF ALIENS ENGAGING IN IMPROPER ELECTION INTERFERENCE
Sec. 4411. Inadmissibility and deportability of aliens engaging in improper interference in United States elections.
PART 3—NOTIFYING STATES OF DISINFORMATION CAMPAIGNS BY FOREIGN NATIONALS
Sec. 4421. Notifying States of disinformation campaigns by foreign nationals.
PART 4—PROHIBITING USE OF DEEPFAKES IN ELECTION CAMPAIGNS
Sec. 4431. Prohibition on distribution of materially deceptive audio or visual media prior to election.
PART 5—ASSESSMENT OF EXEMPTION OF REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS UNDER FARA FOR REGISTERED LOBBYISTS
Sec. 4441. Assessment of exemption of registration requirements under FARA for registered lobbyists.
Subtitle F—Secret Money Transparency
Sec. 4501. Repeal of restriction of use of funds by Internal Revenue Service to bring transparency to political activity of certain nonprofit organizations.
Sec. 4502. Repeal of revenue procedure that eliminated requirement to report information regarding contributors to certain tax-exempt organizations.
Subtitle G—Shareholder Right-to-Know
Sec. 4601. Repeal of restriction on use of funds by Securities and Exchange Commission to ensure shareholders of corporations have knowledge of corporation political activity.
Sec. 4602. Assessment of shareholder preferences for disbursements for political purposes.
Subtitle H—Disclosure of Political Spending by Government Contractors
Sec. 4701. Repeal of restriction on use of funds to require disclosure of political spending by government contractors.
Subtitle I—Limitation and Disclosure Requirements for Presidential Inaugural Committees
Sec. 4801. Short title.
Sec. 4802. Limitations and disclosure of certain donations to, and disbursements by, Inaugural Committees.
Subtitle J—Miscellaneous Provisions
Sec. 4901. Effective dates of provisions.
Sec. 4902. Severability.
Title V—Campaign Finance Empowerment
Subtitle A—Findings Relating to Citizens United Decision
Sec. 5001. Findings relating to Citizens United decision.
Subtitle B—Congressional Elections
Sec. 5100. Short title.
PART 1—MY VOICE VOUCHER PILOT PROGRAM
Sec. 5101. Establishment of pilot program.
Sec. 5102. Voucher program described.
Sec. 5103. Reports.
Sec. 5104. Definitions.
PART 2—SMALL DOLLAR FINANCING OF CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION CAMPAIGNS
Sec. 5111. Benefits and eligibility requirements for candidates.
“TITLE V—SMALL DOLLAR FINANCING OF CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION CAMPAIGNS
“Sec. 501. Benefits for participating candidates.
“Sec. 502. Procedures for making payments.
“Sec. 503. Use of funds.
“Sec. 504. Qualified small dollar contributions described.
“Subtitle B—Eligibility and Certification
“Sec. 511. Eligibility.
“Sec. 512. Qualifying requirements.
“Sec. 513. Certification.
“Subtitle C—Requirements for Candidates Certified as Participating Candidates
“Sec. 521. Contribution and expenditure requirements.
“Sec. 522. Administration of campaign.
“Sec. 523. Preventing unnecessary spending of public funds.
“Sec. 524. Remitting unspent funds after election.
“Subtitle D—Enhanced Match Support
“Sec. 531. Enhanced support for general election.
“Sec. 532. Eligibility.
“Sec. 533. Amount.
“Sec. 534. Waiver of authority to retain portion of unspent funds after election.
“Subtitle E—Administrative Provisions
“Sec. 541. Freedom From Influence Fund.
“Sec. 542. Reviews and reports by Government Accountability Office.
“Sec. 543. Administration by Commission.
“Sec. 544. Violations and penalties.
“Sec. 545. Appeals process.
“Sec. 546. Indexing of amounts.
“Sec. 547. Election cycle defined.
Sec. 5112. Contributions and expenditures by multicandidate and political party committees on behalf of participating candidates.
Sec. 5113. Prohibiting use of contributions by participating candidates for purposes other than campaign for election.
Sec. 5114. Assessments against fines and penalties.
Sec. 5115. Study and report on small dollar financing program.
Sec. 5116. Effective date.
Subtitle C—Presidential Elections
Sec. 5200. Short title.
PART 1—PRIMARY ELECTIONS
Sec. 5201. Increase in and modifications to matching payments.
Sec. 5202. Eligibility requirements for matching payments.
Sec. 5203. Repeal of expenditure limitations.
Sec. 5204. Period of availability of matching payments.
Sec. 5205. Examination and audits of matchable contributions.
Sec. 5206. Modification to limitation on contributions for Presidential primary candidates.
Sec. 5207. Use of Freedom From Influence Fund as source of payments.
PART 2—GENERAL ELECTIONS
Sec. 5211. Modification of eligibility requirements for public financing.
Sec. 5212. Repeal of expenditure limitations and use of qualified campaign contributions.
Sec. 5213. Matching payments and other modifications to payment amounts.
Sec. 5214. Increase in limit on coordinated party expenditures.
Sec. 5215. Establishment of uniform date for release of payments.
Sec. 5216. Amounts in Presidential Election Campaign Fund.
Sec. 5217. Use of general election payments for general election legal and accounting compliance.
Sec. 5218. Use of Freedom From Influence Fund as source of payments.
PART 3—EFFECTIVE DATE
Sec. 5221. Effective date.
Subtitle D—Personal Use Services as Authorized Campaign Expenditures
Sec. 5301. Short title; findings; purpose.
Sec. 5302. Treatment of payments for child care and other personal use services as authorized campaign expenditure.
Subtitle E—Empowering Small Dollar Donations
Sec. 5401. Permitting political party committees to provide enhanced support for candidates through use of separate small dollar accounts.
Sec. 5501. Severability.
Title VI—Campaign Finance Oversight
Subtitle A—Restoring Integrity to America’s Elections
Sec. 6001. Short title.
Sec. 6002. Membership of Federal Election Commission.
Sec. 6003. Assignment of powers to Chair of Federal Election Commission.
Sec. 6004. Revision to enforcement process.
Sec. 6005. Permitting appearance at hearings on requests for advisory opinions by persons opposing the requests.
Sec. 6006. Permanent extension of administrative penalty authority.
Sec. 6007. Restrictions on ex parte communications.
Sec. 6008. Clarifying Authority of FEC Attorneys to Represent FEC in Supreme Court.
Sec. 6009. Requiring forms to permit use of accent marks.
Sec. 6010. Effective date; transition.
Subtitle B—Stopping Super PAC-Candidate Coordination
Sec. 6101. Short title.
Sec. 6102. Clarification of treatment of coordinated expenditures as contributions to candidates.
Sec. 6103. Clarification of ban on fundraising for super PACs by Federal candidates and officeholders.
Subtitle C—Disposal of Contributions or Donations
Sec. 6201. Timeframe for and prioritization of disposal of contributions or donations.
Sec. 6202. 1-year transition period for certain individuals.
Subtitle D—Recommendations to Ensure Filing of Reports Before Date of Election
Sec. 6301. Recommendations to ensure filing of reports before date of election.
Sec. 6401. Severability.
Title VII—Ethical Standards
Subtitle A—Supreme Court Ethics
Sec. 7001. Code of conduct for Federal judges.
Subtitle B—Foreign Agents Registration
Sec. 7101. Establishment of FARA investigation and enforcement unit within Department of Justice.
Sec. 7102. Authority to impose civil money penalties.
Sec. 7103. Disclosure of transactions involving things of financial value conferred on officeholders.
Sec. 7104. Ensuring online access to registration statements.
Subtitle C—Lobbying Disclosure Reform
Sec. 7201. Expanding scope of individuals and activities subject to requirements of Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995.
Sec. 7202. Prohibiting receipt of compensation for lobbying activities on behalf of foreign countries violating human rights.
Sec. 7203. Requiring lobbyists to disclose status as lobbyists upon making any lobbying contacts.
Subtitle D—Recusal of Presidential Appointees
Sec. 7301. Recusal of appointees.
Subtitle E—Clearinghouse on Lobbying Information
Sec. 7401. Establishment of clearinghouse.
Sec. 7501. Severability.
Title VIII—Ethics Reforms for the President, Vice President, and Federal Officers and Employees
Subtitle A—Executive Branch Conflict of Interest
Sec. 8001. Short title.
Sec. 8002. Restrictions on private sector payment for government service.
Sec. 8003. Requirements relating to slowing the revolving door.
Sec. 8004. Prohibition of procurement officers accepting employment from government contractors.
Sec. 8005. Revolving door restrictions on employees moving into the private sector.
Sec. 8006. Guidance on unpaid employees.
Sec. 8007. Limitation on use of Federal funds and contracting at businesses owned by certain Government officers and employees.
Subtitle B—Presidential Conflicts of Interest
Sec. 8011. Short title.
Sec. 8012. Divestiture of personal financial interests of the President and Vice President that pose a potential conflict of interest.
Sec. 8013. Initial financial disclosure.
Sec. 8014. Contracts by the President or Vice President.
Sec. 8015. Legal defense funds.
Subtitle C—White House Ethics Transparency
Sec. 8021. Short title.
Sec. 8022. Procedure for waivers and authorizations relating to ethics requirements.
Subtitle D—Executive Branch Ethics Enforcement
Sec. 8031. Short title.
Sec. 8032. Reauthorization of the Office of Government Ethics.
Sec. 8033. Tenure of the Director of the Office of Government Ethics.
Sec. 8034. Duties of Director of the Office of Government Ethics.
Sec. 8035. Agency ethics officials training and duties.
Sec. 8036. Prohibition on use of funds for certain Federal employee travel in contravention of certain regulations.
Sec. 8037. Reports on cost of Presidential travel.
Sec. 8038. Reports on cost of senior Federal official travel.
Subtitle E—Conflicts from Political Fundraising
Sec. 8041. Short title.
Sec. 8042. Disclosure of certain types of contributions.
Subtitle F—Transition Team Ethics
Sec. 8051. Short title.
Sec. 8052. Presidential transition ethics programs.
Subtitle G—Ethics Pledge For Senior Executive Branch Employees
Sec. 8061. Short title.
Sec. 8062. Ethics pledge requirement for senior executive branch employees.
Subtitle H—Travel on Private Aircraft by Senior Political Appointees
Sec. 8071. Short title.
Sec. 8072. Prohibition on use of funds for travel on private aircraft.
Sec. 8081. Severability.
Title IX—Congressional Ethics Reform
Subtitle A—Requiring Members of Congress To reimburse Treasury for amounts paid as settlements and awards under Congressional Accountability Act of 1995
Sec. 9001. Requiring Members of Congresst to reimburse Treasury for amounts paid as settlements and awards under Congressional Accountability Act of 1995 in all cases of employment discrimination acts by Members.
Subtitle B—Conflicts of Interests
Sec. 9101. Prohibiting Members of House of Representatives from serving on boards of for-profit entities.
Sec. 9102. Conflict of interest rules for Members of Congress and congressional staff.
Sec. 9103. Exercise of rulemaking powers.
Subtitle C—Campaign Finance and Lobbying Disclosure
Sec. 9201. Short title.
Sec. 9202. Requiring disclosure in certain reports filed with Federal Election Commission of persons who are registered lobbyists.
Sec. 9203. Effective date.
Subtitle D—Access to Congressionally Mandated Reports
Sec. 9301. Short title.
Sec. 9302. Definitions.
Sec. 9303. Establishment of online portal for congressionally mandated reports.
Sec. 9304. Federal agency responsibilities.
Sec. 9305. Removing and altering reports.
Sec. 9306. Relationship to the Freedom of Information Act.
Sec. 9307. Implementation.
Subtitle E—Reports on Outside Compensation Earned by Congressional Employees
Sec. 9401. Reports on outside compensation earned by congressional employees.
Sec. 9501. Severability.
Title X—Presidential and Vice Presidential Tax Transparency
Sec. 10001. Presidential and Vice Presidential tax transparency.