During the 2020 Presidential election a record number people voted by mail or absentee ballot. The majority of these people voted for now President Joe Biden while most Trump supporters voted in person. In fact, 159,633,396 total votes were cast with Biden getting 81,283,098 votes, or 51.3 percent while Trump won 74,222,958 votes, or 46.7 percent of the votes cast. More people voted in this election than for any other in history. Now, you would think that this was a good thing, correct? Sure, voter turnout is usually dismal at best especially during off Presidential elections. Again, this was a really good thing, right? Well, it is not a good thing according to Republican State Lawmakers. In 43 states across the country, Republican lawmakers have proposed at least 250 laws that would limit mail, early in-person and Election Day voting. These limitations include such constraints as stricter ID requirements, limited hours and a narrower eligibility to vote by absentee ballot.