A leader of President Trump’s commission on voter fraud has made a new request to Arizona for voter data previously denied by Secretary of State Michele Reagan.
Reagan’s office received the request from Kris Kobach, vice chairman of Trump’s Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, on Thursday. It follows a ruling from a federal judge earlier this week that allowed the commission to continue seeking voter records.
The secretary of state’s legal team is reviewing the request. They “hope to have a decision at some point soon,” Matt Roberts, Reagan’s spokesman said.
In Kobach’s latest request, he said the commission won’t release any “personally identifiable information” about any individual or group from records submitted to them. He wrote that these records will be kept “confidential and secure,” and that the data will be discarded once the commission’s analysis is finished.
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