At least a dozen states pushed back against a broad request from the White House commission on voter fraud.
The states included Indiana, whose secretary of state sits on the commission.
The requested information has raised questions about the ways it can be used.
At least a dozen states are already pushing back against a request by President Donald Trump's voter-fraud commission to hand over registered voters' personal information to make public.
Trump Election Commission wants a lot of personal data about voters. State officials are saying no. The post States object to Trump election commission request for voter data appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
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