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- On Wednesday, Kris Kobach, a leader of President Donald Trump’s Election Integrity Commission, reissued his call to state officials to release detailed information on all registered voters.
- The commission stirred controversy by asking election administrators to hand over voters’ full names, military and criminal records, party affiliation and partial Social Security numbers.
- Lawsuits quickly piled up, with one filed by the Electronic Privacy Information Center stalling the panel’s efforts to secure the data.
- But after a Monday court win, Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state and a candidate for governor, sent a new letter. Read more (7/26/17)