Doj Admits ‘Chaotic’ Begin To Voter Fraud Panel

“It was a chaotic start to the commission,” Shapiro said.
“There was a little bit of unknown and a little bit of disorganization in terms of how the meeting would happen.
“We want to ensure we operate with the highest level of transparency and in a way that allows the public to be fully informed of our commission’s work.
“I wanted to contact you with a request regarding any written materials for the September 12 meeting,” said Kris Kobach, vice chair of the commission in a letter to the other commissioners.
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