No one seems to know what’s going on lately with President Donald Trump’s voter fraud commission — not even its own members.
“I have not heard anything since the New Hampshire meeting,” the state’s secretary of state, Bill Gardner, told NBC News, referring to the commission’s Sept. 12 gathering, the panel’s most recent.
Alan King, another Democrat serving on the commission, said he can’t even get his emails answered.
“It’s my understanding that this commission is supposed to submit its recommendations in March 2018,” said King, the chief election official in Jefferson County, Alabama, adding that he was frustrated by the nonresponse. “I’m wondering when you take a two-and-half-month hiatus from meeting. … I obviously think anyone would have concerns how a deadline like that is supposed to be met.”