Federal - HR 1

For the People Act of 2021

Introduced

January 4, 2021

Description

This bill addresses voter access, election integrity and security, campaign finance, and ethics for the three branches of government.

Specifically, the bill expands voter registration (e.g., automatic and same-day registration) and voting access (e.g., vote-by-mail and early voting). It also limits removing voters from voter rolls.

The bill requires states to establish independent redistricting commissions to carry out congressional redistricting.

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  • March 17, 2021 — Companion measure, S 1, introduced by Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.).

  • March 11, 2021 — Received in the Senate and held at the desk. Congressional Record p. S1499

  • March 9, 2021Bergman, R-Mich., House speech: Personal explanation for roll call vote no.62, and would have voted nay if present. Congressional Record p. E213

  • March 9, 2021Bergman, R-Mich., House speech: Personal explanation for roll call vote no.61, and would have voted yea if present. Congressional Record p. E213

  • March 8, 2021Miller, R-Ill., House speech: Personal explanation for roll call vote no.62, and would have voted nay if present. Congressional Record p. E209

  • March 3, 2021Lawrence, D-Mich., House speech: Personal explanation for roll call vote no.55, and would have voted yea if present. Congressional Record p. E199

  • March 3, 2021J. Larson, D-Conn., House speech: Personal explanation for roll call vote no.52, and would have voted yea if present. Congressional Record p. E197

  • March 3, 2021Arrington, R-Texas, House speech: Personal explanation for roll call vote no.52, and would have voted nay if present. Congressional Record p. E205

  • March 3, 2021House Vote 62 Voter Access, Campaign Finance and Ethics Package — Passage
    Passage of the bill, as amended, that includes a package of provisions related to voter access, election administration, campaign finance and disclosures, and ethical standards for government officials. The bill would establish a number of national standards related to voter registration and access. Among other provisions, it would require states to allow online and same-day registration, automatically register eligible voters and allow early voting at least 15 days before election day. It would require states to allow all eligible voters to vote by mail-in absentee ballots, provide ballot drop boxes in each county at least 45 days before an election and carry out a program to track and confirm receipt of all absentee ballots. It would require a number of activities to improve voter access and awareness for students and individuals with disabilities; allow convicted felons to vote after serving their prison sentences; and prohibit certain practices related to voter deception or intimidation and removal of voters from voter rolls. It would also require states to use independent redistricting commissions when redrawing congressional districts; require all votes to be made via paper ballots; require the Homeland Security Department to assess cyber threats to the election system prior to any election; and require states to establish contingency plans to enable voting during an emergency, including a natural disaster or infectious disease. Among other provisions related to campaign finance, the bill would modify or establish public financing mechanisms for presidential and congressional election campaigns that would match 600% of each contribution of up to $200 for candidates whose campaigns do not accept contributions of more than $1,000 from any individual donor and do not use more than $50,000 of the candidate's personal funds. It would prohibit super PACs from financing political ads supporting or opposing a political candidate and require corporations, organizations and political committees that spend more than $10,000 in an election cycle to disclose their campaign-related expenditures of more than $1,000 and any donors contributing more than $10,000 in that cycle. It would expand political advertising disclaimer requirements to online political ads; establish reporting requirements for online platforms selling political ads; and prohibit deceptive manipulated media of a candidate. It would include a number of requirements to prohibit foreign political spending through companies, including to prohibit foreign entities from direct or indirect participation in decision making for any election-related activity; require political committees to report foreign contacts to the Federal Bureau of Investigation; and prohibit the creation of corporations to conceal foreign election contributions. Finally, it would set or modify a number of federal ethics rules governing all three branches of government. It would formally prohibit members of Congress and congressional staff from using their positions to further their financial interests and prohibit members from serving on the board of a for-profit entity or using federal funds to settle employment discrimination cases brought against them. It would require the president and vice president to divest any financial interests that pose a conflict of interest and to regularly submit tax returns for the previous 10 years to the FEC. It would include several provisions tightening regulations on lobbying, including to require registered lobbyists to disclose their status and their client upon contacting a federal official and to prohibit lobbying contracts on behalf of foreign countries that have engaged. It would require the Government Publishing Office to make all congressionally mandated reports publicly available. Passed 220-210. Note: A "yea" was a vote in support of the president's position. Pursuant to the provisions of H Res 8, members were able to vote remotely by proxy during the public health emergency period related to COVID-19. Congressional Record p. H1072

  • March 3, 2021House Vote 61 Voter Access, Campaign Finance and Ethics Package — Recommit
    Davis, R-Ill., motion to recommit the bill to the House Administration Committee. Motion rejected 210-219. Note: Pursuant to the provisions of H Res 8, members were able to vote remotely by proxy during the public health emergency period related to COVID-19. Congressional Record p. H1039, H1071-H1072

  • March 3, 2021House Vote 58 Voter Access, Campaign Finance and Ethics Package — En Bloc Amendments
    Lofgren, D-Calif., en bloc amendments no. 4 that would, among other provisions, require conspicuous disclaimers when any informational material on an online platform is distributed on behalf of a foreign entity; require online platforms to generate a public record of political advertisements; require states to run polling locations that are open for at least four hours outside of the period between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.; and require the Government Accountability Office's to assess the extent to which the small-contribution public financing program established by the bill increases opportunities for candidates of diverse racial, gender and socioeconomic backgrounds. Adopted 223-208. Note: Pursuant to the provisions of H Res 8, members were able to vote remotely by proxy during the public health emergency period related to COVID-19. Congressional Record p. H1037-H1038

  • March 3, 2021House Vote 57 Voter Access, Campaign Finance and Ethics Package — Lower the Voting Age
    Pressley, D-Mass., amendment no. 37 that would lower the minimum voting age to 16 years, beginning with elections held in 2022, by prohibiting states from refusing to permit an individual to register to vote or vote in a federal election on the basis of age, if the individual will be at least 16 years old on the election date. Rejected 125-302. Note: Pursuant to the provisions of H Res 8, members were able to vote remotely by proxy during the public health emergency period related to COVID-19. Congressional Record p. H1025-H1027, H1037

  • March 3, 2021 — Lesko, R-Ariz., amendment no. 28 that would strike from the bill a section that would require online platforms to maintain a complete public record of any requests to purchase a political advertisement made by a person whose aggregate requests to purchase political ads on the platform exceed $500 in a calendar year, rejected by voice vote. Amendment text. Congressional Record p. H1023-H1025

  • March 3, 2021 — Considered by the House. Congressional Record p. H1023-H1038, H1039, H1071-H1072

  • March 2, 2021Webster, R-Fla., House speech: Personal explanation for roll call vote no.53, and would have voted nay if present. Congressional Record p. H1002

  • March 2, 2021McCollum, D-Minn., House speech: Personal explanation for roll call vote no.53, and would have voted yea if present. Congressional Record p. H1002

  • March 2, 2021Estes, R-Kan., House speech: Personal explanation for roll call vote no.50, and would have voted nay if present. Congressional Record p. E189

  • March 2, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1530, the Lobbyist Loophole Closure Act, are included in the bill.

  • March 2, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1516, the Stop Foreign Interference in Ballot Measures Act, are included in the bill.

  • March 2, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1515, the Help America Run Act, are included in the bill.

  • March 2, 2021House Vote 55 Voter Access, Campaign Finance and Ethics Package — En Bloc Amendments
    Lofgren, D-Calif., en bloc amendments no. 3 that would, among other provisions, bar the U.S. Postal Service from carrying out any new operational change within 120 days before a federal election that would restrict the delivery of voting materials; direct the Election Assistance Commission to appoint a senior cyber policy advisor to be the primary policy advisor to the commission on cybersecurity matters for federal elections; require election officials to take the linguistic preferences of voters in the jurisdiction into account when posting required notices at polling locations; prohibit taxpayer funds from being deposited into a public campaign fund created by the bill; apply a number of laws related to voter registration and protections to U.S. territories; and permit the placement of statues honoring citizens of each U.S. territory in Statuary Hall. Adopted 221-207. Note: Pursuant to the provisions of H Res 8, members were able to vote remotely by proxy during the public health emergency period related to COVID-19. Congressional Record p. H1004-H1009, H1010

  • March 2, 2021House Vote 54 Voter Access, Campaign Finance and Ethics Package — Strike Provisions to Counter Election Influence
    Davis, R-Ill., amendment no. 19 that would strike from the bill a section that would require the creation of a national strategy to protect against cyber attacks, influence operations, disinformation campaigns and other activities that could undermine the security and integrity of U.S. democratic institutions, and that would establish a commission to counter efforts to undermine democratic institutions within the United States. Rejected 207-218. Note: Pursuant to the provisions of H Res 8, members were able to vote remotely by proxy during the public health emergency period related to COVID-19. Congressional Record p. H1003-H1004, H1009-H1010

  • March 2, 2021House Vote 53 Voter Access, Campaign Finance and Ethics Package — Incarcerated Felon Voting Rights
    Bush, D-Mo., amendment no. 14 that would that would strike language that would allow the denial of voting rights to individuals serving felony sentences in correctional institutions at the time of an election. Rejected 97-328. Note: Pursuant to the provisions of H Res 8, members were able to vote remotely by proxy during the public health emergency period related to COVID-19. Congressional Record p. H999-H1001, H1002

  • March 2, 2021 — Lofgren, D-Calif., en bloc amendments no. 2, adopted by voice vote. (En bloc package consisting of amendment nos. 6, 12, 13, 18, and 39.) Congressional Record p. H997-H999

  • March 2, 2021House Vote 52 Voter Access, Campaign Finance and Ethics Package — En Bloc Amendments
    Lofgren, D-Calif., en bloc amendments no. 1 that would, among other provisions, require states to ensure that polling places that allow early voting be located on campuses of higher education institutions; require the Education Department to ensure that 25 percent of funds for certain student voter registration grants to higher education institutions be reserved for historically Black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions; require states to ensure that in counties with at least 20,000 registered voters at least one drop box is open to accept ballots for 24 hours a day; and require the Election Assistance Commission to conduct a study on the 2020 elections and compile a list of recommendations to help states transition to or improve their current vote-by-mail system. Adopted 218-210. Note: Pursuant to the provisions of H Res 8, members were able to vote remotely by proxy during the public health emergency period related to COVID-19. Congressional Record p. H993-H997, H1001-H1002

  • March 2, 2021 — Considered by the House. Congressional Record p. H886-H1010

  • March 1, 2021 — Provisions of H Res 181, the Restoring Integrity in Democracy Resolution, are included in the bill.

  • March 1, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1461, the White House Ethics Transparency Act, are included in the bill.

  • March 1, 2021House Vote 51 Campaign Finance Reform and Voter Access; Policing Overhaul — Rule
    Adoption of the rule that would provide for House floor consideration of the For the People Act (HR 1) and the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act (HR 1280). The rule would provide for up to one hour of debate on HR 1; up to one hour of debate on HR 1280; provide for automatic adoption of a Lofgren, D-Calif., manager's amendment to HR 1; make in order floor consideration of 56 amendments to HR 1; and provide for automatic agreement, upon adoption of the rule, to two resolutions (H Res 176 and H Res 177). The Lofgren manager's amendment to HR 1 would, among other provisions, require mail-in ballots to use the Postal Service barcode service; clarify that the definition of "thing of value" with regard to the statutory prohibition on foreign donations to political campaigns includes provision of opposition research, polling, or other non-public information on a candidate for the purpose of influencing an election; remove provisions in the bill that would provide for the inadmissibility or deportation of undocumented immigrants reasonably believed to have interfered or intend to interfere in U.S. elections; and require the Federal Election Commission to collect information and initiate a rulemaking process to establish a new designation and classification for separate segregated funds, which are a type of PAC financially supported by a corporation or labor organization. H Res 176 would direct the House clerk to make corrections in the engrossment of the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package (HR 1319) that would strike from the bill a section that would make eligible for federal workers' compensation benefits federal employees who are diagnosed with COVID-19 and whose work included in-person contact with others or other coronavirus exposure risk; strike from the bill provisions that would provide for expedited Labor Department review of cases in which a group health plan denies a request for treatment by an individual eligible for subsidized COBRA continuation coverage under the bill's provisions; and make technical corrections. H Res 177 would authorize House candidates to file statements with the clerk regarding whether they intend to participate in the small donor financing system established by HR 1, which would be posted on the clerk's public website. Adopted 218-207. Note: Pursuant to the provisions of H Res 8, members were able to vote remotely by proxy during the public health emergency period related to COVID-19. Congressional Record p. H871-H872

  • March 1, 2021House Vote 50 Campaign Finance Reform and Voter Access; Policing Overhaul — Previous Question
    Agreeing to the Morelle, D-N.Y., motion to order the previous question (thus ending debate and possibility of amendment) on the rule (H Res 179) that would provide for House floor consideration of the For the People Act (HR 1) and the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act (HR 1280). The rule would provide for up to one hour of debate on HR 1; up to one hour of debate on HR 1280; provide for automatic adoption of a Lofgren, D-Calif., manager's amendment to HR 1; make in order floor consideration of 56 amendments to HR 1; and provide for automatic agreement, upon adoption of the rule, to two resolutions (H Res 176 and H Res 177). The Lofgren manager's amendment to HR 1 would, among other provisions, require mail-in ballots to use the Postal Service barcode service; clarify that the definition of "thing of value" with regard to the statutory prohibition on foreign donations to political campaigns includes provision of opposition research, polling, or other non-public information on a candidate for the purpose of influencing an election; remove provisions in the bill that would provide for the inadmissibility or deportation of undocumented immigrants reasonably believed to have interfered or intend to interfere in U.S. elections; and require the Federal Election Commission to collect information and initiate a rulemaking process to establish a new designation and classification for separate segregated funds, which are a type of PAC financially supported by a corporation or labor organization. H Res 176 would direct the House clerk to make corrections in the engrossment of the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package (HR 1319) that would strike from the bill a section that would make eligible for federal workers' compensation benefits federal employees who are diagnosed with COVID-19 and whose work included in-person contact with others or other coronavirus exposure risk; strike from the bill provisions that would provide for expedited Labor Department review of cases in which a group health plan denies a request for treatment by an individual eligible for subsidized COBRA continuation coverage under the bill's provisions; and make technical corrections. H Res 177 would authorize House candidates to file statements with the clerk regarding whether they intend to participate in the small donor financing system established by HR 1, which would be posted on the clerk's public website. Motion agreed to 220-201. Note: Pursuant to the provisions of H Res 8, members were able to vote remotely by proxy during the public health emergency period related to COVID-19. Congressional Record p. H870-H871

  • March 1, 2021 — Rules Committee resolution, H Res 179, reported to the House as a rule for HR 1.

  • March 1, 2021Cost Estimate issued by Congressional Budget Office.

  • March 1, 2021Statement of Administration Policy issued by Office of Management and Budget.

  • March 1, 2021 — House Rules Committee granted a structured rule providing for consideration of the bill. Congressional Record p. H880

  • March 1, 2021 — Full committee proceeding held by the House Rules Committee.

  • Feb. 26, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1422 are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 26, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1419, the PAUL Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 26, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1414, the Restoring Integrity to America's Elections Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 25, 2021 — Provisions of S 481, the Democracy Restoration Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 25, 2021 — Provisions of S 443, the DISCLOSE Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 25, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1334, the DISCLOSE Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 24, 2021 — Provisions of S 428, the Empower Act are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 24, 2021 — Provisions of S 416, the Restoring Integrity to America's Elections Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 24, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1279, the Shell Company Abuse Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 24, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1278, the Know Your Polling Place Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 24, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1274, the Election Official Integrity Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 24, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1312, the Empower Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 23, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1237, the Stop Supporting Foreign Interference in Our Democracy Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 23, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1245, the Alice Paul Voter Protection Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 22, 2021 — Additional cosponsor(s): 2

    Luria, (D-Va.)Spanberger, (D-Va.)
  • Feb. 18, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1172, the Stop Super PAC-Candidate Coordination Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 18, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1171, the Stand By Every Ad Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 18, 2021 — Additional cosponsor(s): 3

    McEachin, (D-Va.)Murphy, S. (D-Fla.)Wexton, (D-Va.)
  • Feb. 15, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1059, the America Votes Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 15, 2021 — Provisions of HR 1077, the Ethics in Public Service Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 11, 2021 — Provisions of HR 989, the Consistent Labeling for Political Ads Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 11, 2021 — Provisions of HR 966, the Save Voters Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 11, 2021 — Provisions of HR 990, the Block Foreign-Funded Political Ads Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 11, 2021 — Additional cosponsor(s): 8

    Fudge, (D-Ohio)Lawson, (D-Fla.)Slotkin, (D-Mich.)
    Gottheimer, (D-N.J.)O'Halleran, (D-Ariz.)Wilson, F. (D-Fla.)
    Green, A. (D-Texas)Sherrill, (D-N.J.)
  • Feb. 5, 2021 — Additional cosponsor(s): 207

    Adams, (D-N.C.)Garcia, (D-Ill.)Norcross, (D-N.J.)
    Aguilar, (D-Calif.)Garcia, (D-Texas)Norton, (D-D.C.)
    Allred, (D-Texas)Golden, (D-Maine)Ocasio-Cortez, (D-N.Y.)
    Auchincloss, (D-Mass.)Gomez, (D-Calif.)Omar, (D-Minn.)
    Axne, (D-Iowa)Gonzalez, (D-Texas)Pallone (D-N.J.)
    Barragan, (D-Calif.)Grijalva, (D-Ariz.)Panetta, (D-Calif.)
    Bass, (D-Calif.)Haaland, (D-N.M.)Pappas, (D-N.H.)
    Beatty, (D-Ohio)Harder, (D-Calif.)Pascrell (D-N.J.)
    Bera, (D-Calif.)Hastings, (D-Fla.)Payne (D-N.J.)
    Beyer (D-Va.)Hayes, (D-Conn.)Perlmutter, (D-Colo.)
    Bishop, S. (D-Ga.)Higgins, B. (D-N.Y.)Peters, S. (D-Calif.)
    Blumenauer, (D-Ore.)Himes, (D-Conn.)Phillips, (D-Minn.)
    Blunt Rochester, (D-Del.)Horsford, (D-Nev.)Pingree, (D-Maine)
    Bonamici, (D-Ore.)Houlahan, (D-Pa.)Plaskett, (D-V.I.)
    Bowman, (D-N.Y.)Hoyer, (D-Md.)Pocan, (D-Wis.)
    Boyle, (D-Pa.)Huffman, (D-Calif.)Porter, (D-Calif.)
    Brown, A. (D-Md.)Jackson Lee, (D-Texas)Pressley, (D-Mass.)
    Brownley, (D-Calif.)Jacobs, (D-Calif.)Price, (D-N.C.)
    Bush, (D-Mo.)Jayapal, (D-Wash.)Quigley, (D-Ill.)
    Bustos, (D-Ill.)Jeffries, (D-N.Y.)Raskin, (D-Md.)
    Butterfield, (D-N.C.)Johnson, E.B. (D-Texas)Rice, K. (D-N.Y.)
    Bourdeaux, (D-Ga.)Johnson, H. (D-Ga.)Ross, (D-N.C.)
    Carbajal, (D-Calif.)Jones, (D-N.Y.)Roybal-Allard, (D-Calif.)
    Cardenas, (D-Calif.)Kahele, (D-Hawaii)Ruiz, (D-Calif.)
    Carson, (D-Ind.)Kaptur, (D-Ohio)Ruppersberger, (D-Md.)
    Cartwright, (D-Pa.)Keating, (D-Mass.)Rush, (D-Ill.)
    Case, (D-Hawaii)Kelly, R. (D-Ill.)Ryan, T. (D-Ohio)
    Casten, (D-Ill.)Khanna, (D-Calif.)Sanchez, (D-Calif.)
    Castor, (D-Fla.)Kildee, (D-Mich.)Scanlon, (D-Pa.)
    Castro, (D-Texas)Kilmer, (D-Wash.)Schakowsky, (D-Ill.)
    Chu, (D-Calif.)Kim, (D-N.J.)Schiff, (D-Calif.)
    Cicilline, (D-R.I.)Kind, (D-Wis.)Schneider, (D-Ill.)
    Clarke, Y. (D-N.Y.)Kirkpatrick, (D-Ariz.)Schrader, (D-Ore.)
    Clark, K. (D-Mass.)Krishnamoorthi, (D-Ill.)Schrier, (D-Wash.)
    Cleaver (D-Mo.)Kuster, (D-N.H.)Scott, D. (D-Ga.)
    Clyburn, (D-S.C.)Lamb, (D-Pa.)Scott, R. (D-Va.)
    Cohen, (D-Tenn.)Langevin, (D-R.I.)Sewell, (D-Ala.)
    Connolly, (D-Va.)Larsen, R. (D-Wash.)Sherman, (D-Calif.)
    Cooper, (D-Tenn.)Larson, J. (D-Conn.)Sires, (D-N.J.)
    Correa, (D-Calif.)Lawrence, (D-Mich.)Smith, Adam (D-Wash.)
    Costa, (D-Calif.)Lee, B. (D-Calif.)Soto, (D-Fla.)
    Courtney, (D-Conn.)Lee, (D-Nev.)Speier, (D-Calif.)
    Craig, (D-Minn.)Leger Fernandez, (D-N.M.)Stanton, (D-Ariz.)
    Crist, (D-Fla.)Levin, (D-Mich.)Stevens, (D-Mich.)
    Crow, (D-Colo.)Levin, (D-Calif.)Strickland, (D-Wash.)
    Cuellar, (D-Texas)Lieu, (D-Calif.)Suozzi, (D-N.Y.)
    Davids, (D-Kan.)Lowenthal, (D-Calif.)Swalwell, (D-Calif.)
    Davis, D. (D-Ill.)Lynch, (D-Mass.)Takano, (D-Calif.)
    Dean, (D-Pa.)Malinowski, (D-N.J.)Thompson, B. (D-Miss.)
    DeFazio, (D-Ore.)Maloney, C. (D-N.Y.)Thompson, M. (D-Calif.)
    DeGette, (D-Colo.)Maloney, S.P. (D-N.Y.)Titus, (D-Nev.)
    DeLauro, (D-Conn.)Manning, (D-N.C.)Tlaib, (D-Mich.)
    DelBene, (D-Wash.)Matsui, (D-Calif.)Tonko, (D-N.Y.)
    Delgado, (D-N.Y.)McBath, (D-Ga.)Torres, (D-Calif.)
    Demings, (D-Fla.)McCollum, (D-Minn.)Torres, (D-N.Y.)
    DeSaulnier, (D-Calif.)McGovern, (D-Mass.)Trahan, (D-Mass.)
    Deutch, (D-Fla.)McNerney, (D-Calif.)Trone, (D-Md.)
    Dingell, (D-Mich.)Meeks, (D-N.Y.)Underwood, (D-Ill.)
    Doggett, (D-Texas)Meng, (D-N.Y.)Vargas, (D-Calif.)
    Doyle, (D-Pa.)Mfume, (D-Md.)Veasey, (D-Texas)
    Escobar, (D-Texas)Moore, (D-Wis.)Vela, (D-Texas)
    Eshoo, (D-Calif.)Morelle, (D-N.Y.)Velazquez, (D-N.Y.)
    Espaillat, (D-N.Y.)Moulton, (D-Mass.)Wasserman Schultz, (D-Fla.)
    Evans, (D-Pa.)Mrvan, (D-Ind.)Waters, Maxine (D-Calif.)
    Fletcher, (D-Texas)Nadler, (D-N.Y.)Watson Coleman, (D-N.J.)
    Foster, (D-Ill.)Napolitano, (D-Calif.)Welch, (D-Vt.)
    Frankel, (D-Fla.)Neal, (D-Mass.)Wild, (D-Pa.)
    Gallego, (D-Ariz.)Neguse, (D-Colo.)Williams, (D-Ga.)
    Garamendi, (D-Calif.)Newman, (D-Ill.)Yarmuth, (D-Ky.)
  • Feb. 4, 2021 — Provisions of HR 827, the Voter Registration Promotion Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 3, 2021 — Provisions of HR 776, the Dropbox Access Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 3, 2021 — Provisions of HR 775, the Disability Voting Rights Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 1, 2021 — Provisions of HR 642, the Voter Information Hotline Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 1, 2021 — Provisions of HR 641, the Polling Change Awareness Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 1, 2021 — Provisions of HR 640, the Expanding Access to Early Voting Act, are included in the bill.

  • Feb. 1, 2021 — Provisions of HR 639, the Voter Registration Reporting Act, are included in the bill.

  • Jan. 28, 2021 — Provisions of HR 576, the Next Generation Votes Act, are included in the bill.

  • Jan. 21, 2021 — Provisions of HR 422, the Inaugural Fund Integrity Act, are included in the bill.

  • Jan. 21, 2021 — Provisions of HR 403 are included in the bill.

  • Jan. 19, 2021 — Provisions of HR 347, the Presidential Tax Transparency Act, are included in the bill.

  • Jan. 15, 2021 — Provisions of HR 337, the FADE Act, are included in the bill.

  • Jan. 15, 2021 — Provisions of HR 327, the End Dark Money Act, are included in the bill.

  • Jan. 4, 2021 — Provisions of HR 126, the Students Voicing Opinions in Today's Elections Act, are included in the bill.

  • Jan. 4, 2021 — Provisions of HR 65, the Same Day Registration Act, are included in the bill.

  • Jan. 4, 2021 — Original cosponsor(s): 2

    Lofgren, (D-Calif.)Pelosi, (D-Calif.)
  • Jan. 4, 2021 — Read twice and referred to: House Administration, House Armed Services, House Education and Labor, House Ethics, House Financial Services, House Homeland Security, House Judiciary, House Oversight and Reform, House Science, Space and Technology, House Select Intelligence, House Ways and Means.Congressional Record p. H43