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White House Adds Two Members to Voter Fraud Commission

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By    |   Monday, 10 Jul 2017 09:20 PM

President Donald Trump's voter fraud commission will add a judge and a former Department of Justice official to its ranks, the White House announced Monday.

The Hill reported the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity will soon see its membership increase to 17 with the inclusion of Alabama probate judge Alan Lamar King and J. Christian Adams, who worked in the DOJ under former President George W. Bush.

The panel, which is slated to hold its first meeting July 19, was formed to examine President Donald Trump's claims voter fraud took place during last year's presidential election.

The commission raised eyebrows last week when it requested detailed voter data from all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Forty-four states said they would not fully comply with the request out of privacy concerns for their citizens.

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