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    You will open up the entire voting population to a massive amount of fraud if this data is in any way released,one voter wrote.

    Many people will get their identity stolen, which will harm the economy, wrote another.

    I respectfully request, as an American-born citizen legally eligible to vote for two decades, that you leave my voter data and history alone, do not publish it, and do nothing with it, said another.

    Unfortunately for these voters and others who wrote in, the Trump administration did not redact any of their personal information from the emails before releasing them to the public. In some cases, the emails contain not only names, but email addresses, home addresses, phone numbers and places of employment of people worried about such information being made available to the public.
    Brilliant.

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    comma got ya

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    • #3
      I wonder how the commission is doing now that 40+ states won't give them voter info ?

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      • #4
        SC law says data only released to SC residents. So some guy said he'd pay for the fee to get copies and
        ​​​ forward them to the committee.

        Might work that way in other states.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by antknot View Post
          SC law says data only released to SC residents. So some guy said he'd pay for the fee to get copies and
          ​​​ forward them to the committee.

          Might work that way in other states.
          Conspiracy to subvert law. That shouldn't piss off the SC government at all.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by posthuman View Post

            Conspiracy to subvert law. That shouldn't piss off the SC government at all.
            Don't know exact wording of law. Story I heard on radio didn't make it sound like the guy was violating any law.
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            • #7
              It's workin. 3000 Colorado "voters" had second thoughts.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by charliesheen View Post
                It's workin. 3000 Colorado "voters" had second thoughts.
                Hooray for disenfranchisement, eh? Cretin.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by charliesheen View Post
                  It's workin. 3000 Colorado "voters" had second thoughts.
                  Will that remove past voting data?

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                  • #10
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                    Originally posted by AnalHamster View Post

                    Hooray for disenfranchisement, eh? Cretin.
                    You have no horse in this race, so not sure wutz it to you.

                    So one registers to vote, then finds out the application will receive scrutiny, and changes ones mind? Wtf is that about? Maybe because this insurance policy lapsed:



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                    • #11
                      Republicans at the state level get busted, in openly available court rulings, using voter data to intentionally attempt to disenfranchise minority voters on the pretense of going after voter fraud. Now the fed are requesting all your voter data on the pretense of going after voter fraud. Are you too dumb to grasp the issue or just too partisan to care until it's the other side back in power with all this data coming to them?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by antknot View Post
                        SC law says data only released to SC residents. So some guy said he'd pay for the fee to get copies and
                        ​​​ forward them to the committee.

                        Might work that way in other states.
                        Yeah, the "some guy" who did the end-around the SCEC decision was Drew McKissick, the South Carolina Republican Party Chairman. I've been in touch with the ACLU about this, and a lawsuit is coming.

                        https://www.aclusc.org/en/press-rele...-voter-records

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by AnalHamster View Post
                          Republicans at the state level get busted, in openly available court rulings, using voter data to intentionally attempt to disenfranchise minority voters on the pretense of going after voter fraud. Now the fed are requesting all your voter data on the pretense of going after voter fraud. Are you too dumb to grasp the issue or just too partisan to care until it's the other side back in power with all this data coming to them?
                          The "data" horse left the barn for good when Obama gave his rubberstamp to data collection. The left's phony outrage gets ginned up when any entity tries to maintain integrity within the system. Otherwise it's hunky-dory, because immigrants, the brand the left favors, anyhow, will always vote for more stuff/because as a general rule they claim all they can get.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by charliesheen View Post

                            The "data" horse left the barn for good when Obama gave his rubberstamp to data collection. The left's phony outrage gets ginned up when any entity tries to maintain integrity within the system. Otherwise it's hunky-dory, because immigrants, the brand the left favors, anyhow, will always vote for more stuff/because as a general rule they claim all they can get.
                            You think voter data was not being collected and sold before Obama?

                            And again it is the right that has been caught, irrefutably, inarguably busted, misusing voter data to disenfranchise people who would tend to vote against them. Maintaining voting integrity was their excuse, which was rejected by the courts because it was a lie.

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                            • #15
                              Anyone can register to vote, but only citizens can vote.

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