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By Holly Ramer, Associated Press
Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan say fellow Democrat Bill Gardner should step down because the panel's vice chairman is misleading the public by using irrelevant data to rehash false claims.
By Geoff Mulvihill, Associated Press
"Coordinating a national voter registration system located in the White House is akin to handing a zip drive to Russia," said Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, a Democrat who has refused to send data to the commission.
By PBS NewsHour
What did the Russian government really do to the American voting process and confidence in its efforts to meddle with the 2016 election? A new cover story for TIME magazine takes a deep dive into the lengths at which the…
President Trump’s claim that millions of illegal votes were cast in the 2016 election is unsubstantiated, but his Commission on Election Integrity is still charged with investigating the matter. What do state officials who actually run elections think? William Brangham…
By Amanda Wilcox
The Presidential Commission on Election Integrity's request that states send voter roll data to the White House has faced a sweeping bipartisan backlash. Here's a closer look at the commission, how voter data is handled across the country, and how…
By Associated Press
President Donald Trump kicked off his voter fraud commission's first meeting Wednesday by criticizing states that failed to comply with the commission's requests to turn over voter information.
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
President Donald Trump's voter integrity commission is meeting Wednesday for the first time amid outrage over its request for extensive personal voter data.
President Donald Trump's commission on election fraud continues to defend its request for detailed voter information in court ahead of its first meeting later this week.
A commission created by President Trump to look into potential voter fraud and Russian interference with the U.S. election have brought the annual meeting of the National Association of Secretaries of State this weekend to center stage. The association is…
By Michael D. Regan and Brian Slodysko, Associated Press
State election officials from across the U.S. are gathering this weekend amid an uproar over a White House commission investigating allegations of voter fraud.
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