White House Publishes Contact Information Of People Who Wrote To It Concerned About Privacy
The same commission that published the information has promised to protect sensitive voter information.
Written by Sam LevineThe White House on Thursday publicly released contact information of some voters who submitted comments expressing privacy concerns about a federal probe requesting voter data. The disclosure came as the Presidential Commission on Election Integrity reviews public comments it received after Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (R), the commission’s vice chair, requested publicly available voter data from all 50 states. There was bipartisan concern about privacy after the...
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