Idaho shared voters' private info with Kobach's 'Crosscheck' system, despite cyber vulnerabilities

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Idaho Secretary of State Lawerence Denney told Kris Kobach, vice chairman of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, earlier this year that he wouldn’t turn over non-public information from Idaho’s voter rolls, including voters’ dates of birth and the last four digits of social security numbers, but he’d already handed that information over to Kobach for the Kansas secretary of state’s “Voter Crosscheck” program each year since 2014, and that program has serious cybersecurity lapses. Here’s Statesman reporter Cynthia Sewell’s full report, via an AP member exchange: By Cynthia Sewell, Idaho Statesman BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Much ado was made earlier this year when the Trump administration asked all 50 states for their...

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