State Won't Cooperate With Voting Review

Massachusetts  Secretary of State William Galvin is not going to cooperate with a  presidential commission investigating accusations of voter fraud.  

His  office received a request from the Presidential Advisory Commission on  Election Integrity seeking full information on the state's registered  voters. CommonWealth Magazine reports a spokesman for Galvin says the  commission won't get the requested information, noting that state law  specifies voter data is not a public record.  

The commission was formed  after President Trump made accusations of voter fraud in three states  won by Democrat Hillary Clinton.


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