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Kentucky secretary of state: 'There's not enough bourbon here in Kentucky' to justify White House request for voter info

Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Grimes sounded off on the voter-fraud commission in charge of investigating a claim by President Donald Trump that millions of illegal ballots were cast in the 2016 election. Grimes appeared on MSNBC Friday, after her office rejected the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity's request for sensitive data on individual registered voters.
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