Both Utah senators receive failing grades for protecting voter’s rights


By Emma Evans

According to the NAACP, both of Utah’s senators, Mike Lee and Mitt Romney, got an “F” when it came to protecting voter’s rights.

The NAACP released its U.S. Senate Civil Rights scorecard. The grades were based on how each senator voted on the American Rescue Plan Act, the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, the For The People Act, and also the senator’s commitment to end the filibuster.

Those who want to see the grades of the other US senators or get more information on how the grades are calculated, visit the NAACP’s website.

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