Trump voting commission wins right to collect state voter data
“The Commission is putting at risk the privacy of millions of registered voters.”
A federal judge on Monday refused to block President Donald Trump's advisory panel from demanding that the states hand over their registered voters' full names, political affiliations, addresses, dates of birth, criminal records, the last four digits of their Social Security numbers, and other personal identifying information, including whether they voted in elections the past decade.
The judge limited the commission to collecting only what each state could provide according to its own privacy laws and as many as 44 states said they can't provide it under their own state laws.
Trump claims that millions of votes were cast illegally in favor of Clinton and that's why this needs to be done.