Election officials on Friday tore into a suggestion by the co-chair of a White House commission on election fraud that Colorado voters withdrawing their registration might have something to hide.
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Democratic Secretary of State candidate Jena Griswold blasted Republican incumbent Wayne Williams on Friday for agreeing to go along with a White House election commission’s request for voter data even as privacy advocates challenged its legality and thousands of Colorado voters were canceling their registrations. But a spokeswoman for Williams said the secretary has simply […]
The commotion surrounding a request for Colorado voter information from the Donald Trump administration’s election commission may have roused hundreds of Denver residents to take pre-emptive action through their county clerk’s office this month. Andrew Kinney over at Denverite reported earlier this week that some 400 Denver voters withdrew their registration in a week — […]
Declaring she will “stand up against the Trump Administration, and protect Coloradans’ right to vote,” Democrat Jena Griswold on Wednesday launched her campaign for Colorado secretary of state with attacks on a White House commission devoted to examining voter fraud.
The White House election commission that’s caused such a stir with its request for troves of voter data from every state hit the pause button Monday.
Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet, a Democrat, on Tuesday tore into the White House election commission that asked last week for detailed voter registration data from all 50 states, saying the request “raises serious privacy concerns” and could dampen voter participation.
Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams said Thursday he plans to fulfill a White House commission’s request for detailed state voter data by providing the same publicly available information that would be available to anyone who asks but will hold back certain data considered confidential.
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Secretary of State Wayne Williams wants to make it clear that even though the Russians might have interfered with last year’s U.S. election, that doesn’t mean the hostile country tampered with ballots or vote totals.
Colorado’s computerized voter system doesn’t appear to have been targeted by Russian hackers who penetrated systems in two states last summer and reportedly tried to access files in dozens of other states before last year’s election, officials with the Colorado secretary of state’s office said Tuesday.