Trump's Election Integrity Commission has asked states for their voter rolls in order to collect data on voter registration practices. This has been variously reported in the media and in extreme cases, it has been reported as a threat.

Breaking News: JW Dir. of Election Integrity Project Bob Popper - Criticism of Trump Election Comm. is 'Nonsense'
 

 
July 6, 2017 - 58 seconds- "Trump's Election Integrity Commission has asked states for their voter rolls in order to collect data on voter registration practices. This has been variously reported in the media and in extreme cases, it has been reported as a threat.

What people need to understand is that this is a very ordinary request. Judicial Watch routinely asks states for their voter registration rolls. And we get them. States like North Carolina, New Jersey, and Florida provide them for free, and other states require a fee of anywhere from a hundred to a thousand dollars. 

Private marketing groups get ahold of these voter registrations all the time; they're for sale, they're exchanged. The idea that the Trump administration is doing something outrageous is nonsense. What they're doing is gathering data on voter registration that we've needed for years." 

 

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