HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Pennsylvania’s Democratic governor says he’s not going to cooperate with a presidential commission looking into voting fraud, but the Trump administration can purchase publicly available voter lists.
Gov. Tom Wolf wrote Friday to Kris Kobach, vice chairman of the election integrity panel, saying the state won’t share the detailed information being sought.READ MORE: Protester Sues City, Three Pittsburgh Police Officers Claiming He Was Injured In Last Year's Protests
Wolf says wholesale public disclosure of individual voter records isn’t appropriate and violates state law.
He’s also voicing concerns about security of the data and says Kobach’s group may be trying to suppress the vote.READ MORE: South Hills Village Mall Offering Active Shooter Preparedness Training To Retailers
The governor says President Donald Trump made false claims about voter fraud in Pennsylvania as a Republican candidate.
Wolf is telling Kobach he can purchase the publicly available voter file for $20, but state law prevents it from being posted online.Pa. Departments Of Education And Transportation Working To Address Bus Driver Shortage
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