[Vision2020] Idaho Surrenders to Feds Voter Data, But Kentucky Sec. of State Says "Not enough bourbon... to release voter data"

Ted Moffett starbliss at gmail.com
Mon Nov 13 21:22:35 PST 2017

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Amazing how the ostensibly states rights oriented opposed to Federal
intrusion into Idaho Republicans have complied with this bizarre so-called
"Commission on Election Integrity."
Recall how Trump claimed millions of illegal votes cast caused him to lose
the popular vote:  absurd and factually unfounded.
Trump’s Bogus Voter Fraud Claims Revisited
I'd continue, but I'll merely refer to the superb interview on PBS's The
Open Mind with Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Grimes on this issue.
This women inspires hope.  This interview can be heard/watched at the
websites below.


Kentucky Secretary of State: 'Not Enough Bourbon in Kentucky' to Make Me
Release Voter Data

Today's Moscow/Pullman Daily News:

Idaho shares private voter data Despite promises of privacy, Sec. Denney
began giving election commission chairman sensitive information as early as

   - By Cynthia Sewell, Idaho Statesman

BOISE - Much ado was made earlier this year when the Trump administration
asked all 50 states for their voter-registration rolls.

Idaho Secretary of State Lawerence Denney told Kris Kobach, vice chairman
of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, that the
commission could have only the voter registration information available
under Idaho law - name, address, party affiliation and
election-participation history.

Denney assured the public that other personal information collected on
Idaho's voter registration forms - a voter's date of birth, driver's
license number and the last four digits of their Social Security number -
is not releasable under Idaho's public records law. Kobach, he said, could
not have it. In fact, Denney had already given it to Kobach.

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