The subpoena was filed by state senators who are conducting "an election audit."

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

HARRISBURG (KDKA) — Attorney General Josh Shapiro has filed a motion calling on the Commonwealth Court to strike down a subpoena seeking Pennsylvania voters’ personal information.

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The subpoena is a part of some senators’ efforts to look into the 2020 Presidential Election, which they call an “election audit.”

The subpoena was issued by State Senators Cris Dush and Jake Corman.

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The motion to stop the subpoena was filed on Thursday in Commonwealth Court.

Shapiro alleges that Pennsylvania voters’ information would be “turn[ed] over to an unidentified third party” and that the subpoena would breach “basic security protocols.”

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