ME reviewing new request from voter fraud commission

ME reviewing new request from voter fraud commission

ME reviewing new request from voter fraud commission

The Maine Department of the Secretary of State received a second letter from Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach on Wednesday, July 26, requesting voter data from the States for the use of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. Secretary Dunlap denied the request based on the provision in ME law that prohibits ME voter data from public disclosure.

The Illinois State Board of Elections Friday said it will consider next month a revised request for voter information sought by a panel President Donald Trump formed to look into his claims of voting irregularities in the last presidential election.

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla rejected the new request Thursday, saying the commission was a "sham" and that the new request "does nothing to address the fundamental problems with the commission's illegitimate origins, questionable mission or the preconceived and harmful views on voting rights that many of its commissioners have advanced".

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In a letter from the vice chair of the commission, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, the only information the commission will make public will be statistical conclusions and "general observations" about the data. His first request said identifiable information would be public.

On June 28, the commission asked states to send publicly available voter data by July 14th. He says he's reviewing it with legal counsel and intends to delay making a decision until the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity can meet to discuss it.

Information from the Associated Press was used in this story.

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Dunlap has been under fire from fellow Democrats for participating in a commission that in its first meeting made clear will focus nearly entirely on voter fraud, a problem numerous studies and probes by administrations headed by both parties have shown is vanishingly rare.

"No voter information will be released without board approval and advance notice to the public", the state election board statement said.

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