Voter Fraud Commission Begins Asking States For Data


President Donald Trump’s commission tasked with investigating alleged voter fraud in the 2016 election has asked states to turn over voter information.

A June 28 letter from the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity asked states to hand over “publicly available voter roll data.” However, the letter also requests a lot of specific details, including: parts of Social Security numbers, dates of birth, addresses and information regarding felony convictions or military status.

The letter asks that states give feedback on federal election laws and recommendations for preventing voter intimidation.


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