Conservative state rejects Trump’s commission on voter fraud


On Monday a Republican heavy state hampered by illegal immigration rejected a request for information from President Trump’s commission on voter fraud.

It may come as a shock to some conservatives, but today Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan said she’ll reject the Trump administration’s request for voter information.

Reagan’s decision is a complete flip-flop from where she stood before the weekend.  Pushing the shocking decision was the onslaught of phone calls made to her office over the weekend from nearly one thousand voters who said they did not want their information handed over to the Trump administration.

The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity was set up by the president shortly after he entered office in January.  The commission is tasked with the job of investigating Trump’s claim that more than 3 million illegal votes were cast in the 2016 election, thus, making it so Hillary Clinton won the popular vote.

The commission sent out a letter to all 50 states requesting the names, addresses, birth dates and party affiliations of registered voters in each state. It also sought felony convictions, military statuses, the last four digits of Social Security numbers and voting records dating back to 2006.

A majority of states have shown some level of resistance, or have flat out refused to comply with the request.

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