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States Say No To Trump’s Ask for Voter Data and Here’s Why They’re Right

As of Friday afternoon, twenty-two states have declined to cooperate completely with the Trump administration’s request for them to submit sensitive voter data. Voter data they have no right to have. All in order for the President to carry on with the silly conspiracy theory that he actually won the popular vote, as well as the electoral vote. The request from the “Presidential Advisory Commission | Read More » The post States Say No To Trump’s Ask for Voter Data and Here’s Why They’re Right appeared first on RedState.
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