ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Legislative Victories 2022

ACT For America's grassroots influence resulted in over 28 Million actions and has contributed to the passage of 145 bills on the Federal and State level making ACT one of the most influential conservative movements in America today.
 

Election integrity legislation:


Sixteen election integrity bills passed and signed into law in 2022 or awaiting Governor’s signature.

Alabama HB 194 – Prevent private funding of election administration
Indiana SB 134 – Prevent private funding of election administration
Iowa SB 2589 – Prevent private funding of election administration passed 6/21/22.
Kentucky HB 153 – Prevent private funding of election administration
Mississippi HB 1365 – Prevent private funding of election administration
Missouri HB 1878 – Persons seeking to vote in a public election shall establish their identity and eligibility to vote at the polling place. If casting an absentee ballot presenting a form of personal photo identification such as non-expired driver’s license with photo ID. (included Voter ID enhancements, drop box ban, and more. Passed 5/18/22.
NebraskaLB 843  passed 4/19/22.
Oklahoma H 3046 – This bill requires matching information to register to vote such as confirmation of address to vote by absentee ballot.
PennsylvaniaSB 982, passed 7/11/11
South CarolinaS 108, passed 5/18/22
South Dakota SB 122 – Prevent private funding of election administration
Tennessee - S 2245, HB2128 - This bill expressly prohibits non-United States citizens from voting in federal, state, or local elections in this state; prohibits local governments from granting non-citizens the right to vote in local elections; enacts other related election provisions.
UtahSB 0219 SB 0219, passed 3/23/22
Virginia SB 80 – Prevent private funding of election administration and others.
West Virginia HB 4097 – Prevent private funding of election administration


ACT for America is actively pursuing election integrity and security through 64 pieces of legislation or introduction of necessary legislation in all 50 states.