"This lack of openness is all the more concerning, considering that the Vice Chair of the Commission, Kris Kobach, has a lengthy record of illegally disenfranchising eligible voters in Kansas."The commission is taking heat in the president's own backyard. "I will join leaders of states around the country and work with our partners on the Council to protect residents from this intrusion."Delaware said it will not honor the commission's request.
"Its request for voter information, such as Social Security numbers, serves no legitimate purpose and only raises questions on its intent," D. State Election Commissioner Elaine Manlove said it, "would not be in the best interests of Delaware voters."“Delaware has a long history of running fair and efficient elections open to all qualified voters.
He's said without evidence that he would have won the popular vote had "millions of people" not have voted illegally.
All of the fraudulent voters, he claimed, cast ballots for Clinton.
Alaska said in a statement it would not release confidential information such as Social Security numbers, driver's license numbers and addresses.
Alaska state law allows for voter histories, voter status and names to be released, among other information.
He said the state will hand over other public information included on voter registration forms and voting history dating back to 2008.