Washington Post by John Wagner January 4, 2018 President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced that he is disbanding a controversial panel studying alleged voter fraud that became mired in federal lawsuits, including from one of its own members, and faced resistance from states that accused it of overreach. The decision is a major setback for […]
Trump disbands controversial voting commission, citing ‘endless legal battles’
USA Today by Gregory Korte and Deborah Barfield Berry January 4, 2018 President Trump signed an executive order late Wednesday disbanding his own election integrity commission after less than eight months, saying he didn’t want to waste taxpayer money fighting with state governments over their voter data. But the co-chairman of the panel, Kansas Secretary […]
Florida voters cancel their own registration. Is Trump’s fraud commission the cause?
Tampa Bay Times by Asa Royal July 31, 2017 During a recent 20-day period, 1,715 Florida voters took themselves off the registration rolls. The 117 percent spike in cancellations over the same period last year came as news spread of President Donald Trump’s fraud commission and its request for voter data from all 50 states. […]