Bill Would Prohibit Sharing Info With 'Voter Fraud Panel'

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New Jersey lawmakers have introduced bills that would prohibit the state from providing the Trump administration's "Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity" with any information about the state's voters that is not already publicly available.

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  • Joel Rachmiel

    These bills should be given top priority in the face of Trump‘s outlandish and repeated claims of non-existent voter fraud. We voters deserve our privacy to be respected, not threatened over bogus allegations. It will be interesting to see if our lame duck governor would dare veto if the bills pass.

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