Senator Kiffmeyer to Secretary Simon: Send Trump public data

In response to Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon’s refusal to cooperate with President Trump’s request to provide public voter information to his Election Integrity Commission, Sen. Mary Kiffmeyer (R-Big Lake) released the following statement

“Secretary of State Simon should stop obstructing the president in his quest to strengthen voter integrity. Minnesotans gain nothing by pretending no one in our state ever votes illegally, but we have a lot to gain by making sure every legal vote counts. Secretary Simon already sells voter information to political parties for a small $46 fee, which doesn’t include sensitive information like Social Security numbers. The Election Integrity Commission should receive the same information that’s already publicly available to anyone else.”