States rebel as Trump election-fraud panel seeks voters’ personal data

President Donald Trump’s commission on election integrity has asked all 50 states to provide voter rolls going back to 2006, and personal information including names, birth dates and partial Social Security numbers of all registered voters.

The request by Kris Korbach, Kansas’ secretary of state and the vice chairman of the commission, is already facing a backlash by states that say the request is unnecessary and unwarranted.

“I have no intention of honoring this request,” Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Thursday in a statement. McAuliffe, a Democrat, said there is no evidence of voter fraud in his state and that the commission is “politically motivated and silly posturing.

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