Sarah Ferris

Politico reporter covering Congress

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House Democrats on Wednesday passed a sweeping election reform and voting rights bill called the For The People Act (HR 1).

The House passes a big election reform bill. It won’t go anywhere in the Senate if Republicans filibuster

House Democrats on Wednesday passed a sweeping election reform and voting rights bill called the For The People Act (HR 1).

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