44 States Won’t Comply With Full Request of Voter Fraud Panel

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At least 44 states say they won’t provide all the information requested by a presidential commission looking into possible voter fraud, CNN reports.

More than half of the states have made public announcements they will not comply fully with the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, but the CNN survey of all 50 states found that at least 44 of them will not release all the information requested.

Republicans and Democrats alike cite voter privacy concerns, while Democrats also say the purpose of the commission, created in May by an executive order of President Donald Trump, is merely a ruse to validate …

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