President Donald Trump’s controversial commission on election integrity should meet again in January after being delayed for months because of eight lawsuits demanding its staff’s time, the group’s de facto leader, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, said this week.
Trumps voter fraud commission will meet in January, Kobach says. Matt Dunlap, the commissioner who sued the commission and won because he was being excluded, tells me he didn’t know about this meeting until he read this article. https://t.co/jRqmmFCQvz
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