Colorado: Most who de-registered when Trump commission sought voting data haven’t signed back up

Colorado: Most who de-registered when Trump commission sought voting data haven’t signed back up

[Ed. – Apparently, you really do have to be soft in the head to believe some of the left’s talking points.  It’s as obvious why the de-registered voters wouldn’t re-register as it is why I didn’t de-register, and would never need to.  I’m a legal voter with nothing to hide — and the people who de-registered are not.]

Only a small fraction of the thousands of Colorado voters who withdrew their registrations following a controversial request for voter information from President Donald Trump’s voter fraud probe have chosen to reregister less than two weeks ahead of election day.

8,983 people have canceled their voter registrations since June 28, when Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (R), the vice chair of Trump’s commission to investigate voter fraud, sent a controversial letter to election officials in all 50 states requesting voter information, according to the Colorado secretary of state’s office. While some voters said they intended to register again ahead of election day, just 1,622 have done so. …

The small number of returning voters underscores the fear that critics have about Trump’s Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.

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