American Airlines on Thursday criticized the restrictive voting rights bill passed by the Texas Senate, saying that the bill would “restrict voting rights.”
“Earlier this morning, the Texas Senate passed legislation restricting voting rights. The US position is clearly stated: We strongly oppose this bill and other similar bills,” the company is headquartered in Worth, Texas. Fort’s airline wrote in a statement on Thursday.
“Any legislation on election methods must ensure the integrity and security of votes, while making voting easier, not harder. At American Airlines, we believe that we should break down barriers that hinder the diversity, equality, and tolerance of our society. Instead of creating obstacles.”
Southwest Airlines, headquartered in Texas, did not say whether it violated the law, but did say that, according to Reuters, “we believe that every voter should have a fair chance to be heard. This Rights are essential to the success of our country.”
This legislation was passed in the Senate by a vote of 18 to 13 partisan early on Thursday and is currently being submitted to the State House of Representatives for consideration.
If the Republican Governor Greg Abbott, who has expressed support for the bill, passes and finally signs it, the bill will limit the extension of early voting time to a certain extent, prohibit the through-train voting method, and prohibit local election officials from automatically passing. Sending votes by mail According to a report in the Texas Tribune, an application was made to voters.
According to the Associated Press, the legislation also gives guerrilla pollsters more powers and requires doctor photos to be provided for Texans who ask to vote by mail.
Driven by American companies’ opposition to the nationwide review of the new restrictive voting rights bill, American Airlines condemned the bill. On Wednesday, the CEOs of Delta Air Lines and The Coca-Cola Company were the latest companies to join the group, and they challenged Georgia’s new voting restrictions.
Republican lawmakers in Georgia, Florida, Arizona, and Iowa advocate strict voting laws after the previous president President TrumpDonald Trump (Morning Hill)-Republicans attacked Biden’s infrastructure plan, Pompeo “regrets” and North Korea has not made more progress Fight moreAccording to Reuters, he made false claims about voter fraud in the 2020 election.
On March 25th, the Governor of Georgia. Brian KempBrian Kemp Biden (Brian Kemp Biden) will support Major League Baseball (MLB) to withdraw the All-Star Game from the CEO of the Georgia Delta, and the Governor of Georgia has reservations about state voter regulations attitude. (R) signed a comprehensive election bill into law, which tightened a series of voting regulations in the state, including restrictions on the use of ballot boxes and ID requirements for absentee voting.