Saturday, July 1, 2017
Almost half of all states are refusing Trump administration's intrusive requests for voter information to investigate a "voter fraud problem" that doesn't exist.
The Presidential Advisory Commission on Voter Integrity, demanded by the Crybaby-in-Chief and headed by Kansas Secretary of State, Kris Kobach, is nothing more than a fishing expedition to soothe Lord Dampnut's delicate ego over the fact that Hillary Rodham Clinton received 3 million more popular votes than the very unpopular and disliked current POTUS, Trump.
24 states refusing to provide voter data to Trump election panel
Nearly half of all states have announced they will refuse to turn over the personal data of voters to President Trump's voter fraud commission after the vice chair of the commission sent a letter to all 50 states requesting the names, addresses, birth dates and party affiliations of registered voters in each state. It also sought felony convictions, military statuses, the last four digits of Social Security numbers and voting history of every person on their voter rolls dating back to 2006.
Multiple states reject request from Trump’s voter fraud commission to provide voter roll data
Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin refused to give voting information:
“They’re not going to get it,” said Brian McNiff, a spokesman for Galvin.
“It’s not a public record.” Massachusetts law specifies that the voter data “shall not be a public record.”