To legitimately protect voting, secure U.S. infrastructure

Kris Kobach, Kansas secretary of state and vice chairman of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, is attempting to create a federalized voter database of unprecedented scope, and that effort must be resisted. If completed, this national database would carry the full names, birth dates, party registration, partial Social Security numbers, felony convictions, military status and 10-year voting history for an estimated 200 million American voters.


Source: StarTribune

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