“‘Nothing Going On’ With Trump Voter Fraud Commission Due To Multiple Lawsuits”

Pam Fessler:

The work of President Trump’s commission studying voter fraud and other voting problems has been stalled by the eight lawsuits filed against it, according to one commission member.

Indiana’s Republican Secretary of State Connie Lawson says the suits, which seek release of all of the commission’s correspondence, among other things, have had a “chilling” effect.

Some Democrats on the 11-member panel have complained in recent weeks that they’re being kept in the dark about its activities and plans.

But Lawson says she doesn’t think anybody’s being shut out because “right now, there’s nothing going on.”


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