— The Latest on the 2016 presidential election (all times EDT):5:45 p.m.
Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont says Republicans should abandon any attempt to change the 2020 election rules.
He says there are enough issues that are urgent for him to support the Republican effort to change what happens on Election Day.
Sanders said Republicans should stop talking about the 2020 presidential election.
“They’ve already lost,” he said.
“So I think it’s time for them to move on.”
Sanders also said the Republican Party needs to make sure they do not try to change election rules in the future.
We will do our part to stop that, he said, pointing to the Republican-led effort to overturn a 2010 court decision that allowed states to keep the 2020 vote.
Hillary Clinton is calling on Republicans to abandon any efforts to change how the 2020 general election is conducted, saying the party’s primary process has already been changed.
She’s calling on members of the House and Senate to support any effort to move to allow a recount of votes in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin.
Republicans have already moved to change some rules in those states.
Clinton says there is still a great deal of work to be done.
The Democrats also want the House to pass a bill that would require voters to provide written identification at the polls.