More than Half of US States Refuse to Give Trump Commission Voter Registration Data for Voter Fraud Investigation

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President Trump’s voting commission requested all 50 states to submit voter names, addresses, criminal records, party affiliation, and voting records as part of an investigation into voter fraud.  Many states are refusing to comply because they say it could make the information more available to hacking. [There are better reasons than that to withhold this information from the federal government, but there also are ways for the federal government to assist the states to do this investigation on their own without sharing voting records. The most amazing thing about this story is the way in which the reporters spin the conclusion: In spite of the evidence of voter fraud on a massive scale, they tell viewers that there is no reason to be concerned, because fraud has not changed the outcome of any elections. Incredible!] –GEG

California is one of many states refusing to help President Trump’s voter-fraud investigation team. The reason is that the data might be hacked. However, the state sells the same information for what it calls ‘scholarly and journalistic research’ and for use in ‘elections’ and ‘politics’.

 

 AMAZING! CALIFORNIA SELLS THE SAME VOTER DATA THEY WON’T GIVE TRUMP

President Trump’s voting commission asked all 50 states for voter names, addresses, party affiliation and voting records, part of an investigation into voter fraud by a commission he launched last month.

 Officials in 10 states already announced they would not comply at all with the request. Those states are California, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York, South Dakota, Tennessee and Virginia.

Via FOX News

President Trump tweeted about this earlier on Saturday:
“What are they trying to hide?”

Now this…
California won’t give the requested information to the Trump administration but sells it to organizations in the state.

Via Reddit
From a NBC 7 San Diego News article back in June 2013:

If you’re a registered voter, are you aware that what you write on your registration form is publicly available?

“Commercial” interests are barred from that data.

But all sorts of other people have legal access to it.

A lot of people think only government agencies can access voter registration information – the courts, for instance, to summon you for jury duty.

But it can be purchased for purposes such as scholarly and journalistic research, and for use in “elections” and “politics”.

Read full article here…

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Stop all Federal Money to States that won’t let people see Voters Registration Information President Trump’s voting commission requested all 50 states to submit voter names, addresses, criminal records, party affiliation, and voting records as part of an investigation into voter fraud.The Taxpayers have a right to know.