Colorado voting records sent to Trump’s Commission on Election Integrity
Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams announced last week that he will be turning over all public voting records to the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.
President Trump established the commission in May to study voter registration systems throughout the county, as well as each community’s voting process.
Williams is turning over a list of all registered Colorado voters, their party affiliation, birth year and records of the elections they participated in. The commission is chaired by Vice President Pence, who will submit a report to the president regarding vulnerabilities in the country’s voting system.
A growing list of states are refusing to turn over voter registration data.