With vote counting nearly concluded Montana Republicans eagerly announced their first policy priorities for the upcoming legislative session.
As the Billings Gazette reports, the agenda is focused around making it more difficult to vote.
TEA Party Republican Rep. Tom McGillvray, who is the county campaign chair for failed governor candidate Rick Hill, said he sees a problem with the “crush of Election Day voter registration.” McGillvray says same day registration isn’t fair. Rather, he believes it “makes it difficult ‘to have a fair, orderly election.'”
Joe Bailey, vice chair of the Yellowstone County Republicans also proposed “cutting off voting at 10 p.m., regardless of how many people are still in line.”