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Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach right meets with then President-elect Donald Trump in November. Kobach is the source for Trump's belief that fraudulent voting by noncitizens cost him the popular vote

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Trump's election commission sent a letter to all 50 states last week asking for a trove of information about their voters, making election experts and privacy advocates uncomfortable.

That would not include, however, more private data like social security and drivers' license numbers, which the panel had also requested.

The commission, led by Vice President Mike Pence, gave states two weeks to comply and said it would share the data with the public.

Dunlap said state law prevented the release of the information because it is considered confidential.

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"I denied the Obama Justice Department's request and I'm denying President Trump's Commission's request because they are both politically motivated", noted Schedler.

A spokesperson for Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan told KTAR in an email she has not received the commission's letter. Trump has claimed - without evidence - that between 3 million and 5 million people voted illegally a year ago.

The President questioned if states who refuse to offer details on voters and voting behavior are trying to "hide" something. "This entire commission is based on the specious and false notion that there was widespread voter fraud last November". "It is common for political parties and candidates to obtain voter info.", he said.

Schedler said releasing voter data "creates a tremendous breach of trust with voters who work hard to protect themselves against identity fraud". Powell said of a Washington Post article that listed Arkansas among states that would "partially" comply: "Apparently, the Washington Post is drawing its own conclusions, as we have not spoken with them".

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Jealous used the issue as an opportunity to accuse Republican Gov.

Trump set up the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity to look into his claims that millions of people illegally cast ballots in the 2016 election. "We'll abide by the law as necessary, but we want to make sure these requests are legitimate".

Kobach has had legal troubles in the past in his battle against voting fraud.

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