John Joyce on Government Reform



Voter ID to fight 100,000 illegally registered voters

Q: If elected, what will you do to ensure that the voting rights of all Americans are protected and that our elections are accessible and secure from internal and external threats?

John Joyce: I believe that we should have free and fair elections and that we need to minimize any threats to that, including those domestic or international. I support the idea that voters should have some sort of identification to vote. Just recently there were stories about 100,000 illegally registered voters in Pennsylvania, and that concerns me greatly when it comes to the integrity of the process. I also believe that we must send a clear message to any foreign country that thinks it is okay to mess with our elections. We should have a zero tolerance for that type of interference, and I was and still am outraged that the Obama Administration knew that Russia was trying to mess with our elections and chose to do nothing about it.

Source: League of Women Voters Q&A on 2018 Congress PA-13 election , Sep 9, 2018

No holiday on election day; no same-day registration.

Joyce voted NAY For the People Act of 2019