Numerous States Might Not Observe Trump Voter Fraud Data Request

Officials from multiple states, including Vice President Mike Pence’s home state of Indiana, said Friday that they would not fully comply with the information request from the Trump administration’s voter fraud commission.
He also asked for more voter information than what is typically publicly available, like Social Security numbers.
“Indiana law doesn’t permit the Secretary of State to provide the personal information requested by Secretary Kobach,” Indiana’s secretary of state Connie Lawson said in a statement.
The commission’s vice chair, Kansas secretary of state Kris Kobach, sent letters to all 50 states Thursday, asking them to send information on their election systems and voter fraud within two weeks.
Officials from several states — not only Democratic strongholds like New York and California but also Republican-led Indiana and Ohio — indicated that they would not provide information beyond what is publicly accessible.

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