Two States Refuse to Turn Over Electoral Data to the Commission on Election Integrity


The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity is trying to look into the 2016 election to make certain the vote was protected. No one should have a problem with it.

As it turns out, two states do have a problem. They will not turn over the electoral data. Socialist California and the Progressively-ruled Virginia have refused to fulfill this simple request.

The Daily Caller reported:

Virginia Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe and California Secretary of State Alex Padilla Thursday have both refused to hand over registered voter information from their states to the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.

All 50 states received a request from Kris Kobach, Vice Chair of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, asking for a list of all registered voters in their respective states, the last four digits of these voters’ social security numbers, their addresses, date of birth, political affiliation and voting history from 2006 forward.

There is no reason that makes sense

Governor McAuliffe, a leftist ideologue, issued a ridiculous statement:

“I have no intention of honoring this request. Virginia conducts fair, honest, and democratic elections, and there is no evidence of significant voter fraud in Virginia. This entire commission is based on the specious and false notion that there was widespread voter fraud last November,” McAuliffe said in a statement Thursday night. “At best this commission was set up as a pretext to validate Donald Trump’s alternative election facts, and at worst is a tool to commit large-scale voter suppression.”

McAuliffe is the one who made a decision shortly before the election to let felons vote. He’s a close friend and supporter of the Clintons.

Voter fraud is a problem. We simply don’t know how widespread it is and we need to find out. It is believed that 7.9 million foreigners are illegally registered to vote. The dead and otherwise ineligible are often not removed from voter roles. Our former president told illegal aliens that they could vote without repercussions.

These governors are the same leftist ideologues who say they are very worried about Russians hacking our electoral system.



  1. Apparently there are many more states declining.

    Initially I was in favor of this Commission but after reading the details of what they want turned over I am firmly against it.

    They want all the personal information on every voter, including part of the Social Security number. This is a VERY dangerous precedent.

    I would suggest legislation that Requires the states to do an audit accomplishing the same thing.

    • Exactly how else would you,be able to find who is a legit voter amd who is not? Illegal voters need to be purged from Allstate voters rolls, so how would you do things if you were in control?

    • Nearly all of what the commission is requesting is information in the public domain.
      It is time, PAST time, we have this done on a national level. Our voting system is done by the, “honor system.”

      In todays climate where there IS no honor among so many, this step is absolutely necessary.

  2. Greg Button it. ITS NOT DANGEROUS. I live in CA. THis is NO SHIT. Here ANY illegal can have a driver license. It looks the same as a Citizens. Also, the governor encourages them to vote in state elections. In the last election the people who worked the polls only checked one thing, the Drivers license, no SSan, etc. and they, from watching them, really did not look to verify photos closely. People, CA is one of the most corrupt states in the union. BELIEVE IT. Now one final point, why not comply if there is nothing to hide. Comments are a smoke screen and as I learned as a LT, DEEDS NOT WORDS. Got it

  3. For one thing, all the information that is wanted would be a gold mine for identity theft. The Governments are already complicit with giving out information.

    Isn’t it interesting that one of the business leaders at the Tech meeting with Trump asked about opening up Government database information because Trillions could be made.

    One of the consequences hasn’t been talked about but could be a possibility is a Federal Voter Registry. As I stated previously a State by State audit could be done via Federal legislation that requires it which could then be audited.

    As I recall Kris Kobach, who is from our state, accomplished his review with the same means and that is how he found discrepancies.

  4. The federal govt is supreme to the states. There should be national registration for any election for the US. You cant trust all states like CA, OR, NM, NV because no one has police power over them except the USA. I’m loyal to the USA but CA can go F itself along with NV. Nothing there but druggies and prostitutes

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