41 States Buck Trump Administration over Voter Data Request

At least 41 states have so far said they will not turn over sensitive voter data to the Trump administration’s voter integrity commission. A CNN inquiry found that different states have varying concerns about the federal government’s request, including the requirement that the data be submitted through an online portal. So far, just three states (Colorado, Missouri and Tennessee) have shown a willingness to work with the commission, which was established via executive order in May after Trump falsely claimed that millions of vote were cast illegally in the 2016 election. The president himself has weighed in on the controversy, tweeting a few days ago: “What are they trying to hide?”