Ten States Resist Handing Over Voter Information To ‘Presidential Voter Fraud Commission’ (Data Regularly Used By Campaigns?)

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Ten states have said they won’t give voter information to a presidential voter fraud commission appointed by the White House, but much of the data that’s been requested is public information that candidates and campaigns routinely request and get from state and county election offices, leading to a lot of head scratching, and some interesting theories…






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