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As many of you may have already heard, the Trump administration has launched “The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity” which seeks the data on American voters. This includes your name, address, birthday, social security number, felony convictions, voting history, party affiliation, etc. 

The commission is already being sued by a privacy advocacy group and has been the subject of criticism by civil rights groups. However many states have already responded to the request so as of today, July 4th 2017:

Alabama: Will provide information that is publicly available if convinced effort will “produce necessary results”

Alaska: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Arizona: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Arkansas: has not received a letter from the commission

California: will not release any personal data as requested

Colorado: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Connecticut: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Delaware: refuses to comply

District of Columbia: refuses to comply

Florida: is reviewing the request, no official decision yet

Georgia: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Hawaii: has not received a letter from the commission

Idaho: is reviewing the request, no official decision yet

Illinois: has not received a letter from the commission

Indiana: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Iowa: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Kansas: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Kentucky: will not release any sensitive personal data

Louisiana: refuses to comply

Maine: no official decision yet

Maryland: The state’s attorney general issued a letter to the governor urging him and the state Board of Elections not to reply.

Massachusetts: will not provide information, as the information is not public record

Michigan: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Minnesota: will not provide sensitive personal information

Mississippi: refuses to comply

Missouri: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Montana: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data; voter file is public record

Nebraska: no official decision yet

Nevada: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

New Hampshire: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

New Jersey: no response

New Mexico: will not release personal voter information and will not release other voting information until convinced it will not be used for nefarious or unlawful purposes and provided with a clear plan for how it will be secured

New York: refuses to comply

North Carolina: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

North Dakota: does not have voter registration; state law does not appear to permit sharing of information from the central voter file

Ohio: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Oklahoma: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Oregon: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Pennsylvania: refuses to comply with request

Rhode Island: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

South Carolina: has not received a letter from the commission

South Dakota: refuses to comply

Tennessee: under state law does not allow release of information requested

Texas: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Utah: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Vermont: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Virginia: does not intend to respond to request

Washington: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

West Virginia: has not received a letter from the commission

Wisconsin: will only partly comply by providing publicly available data

Wyoming: no official decision yet

Update as of July 5th 2017:

Illinois: Will wait until Aug. 22nd to decide whether or not to comply. (x)

Maine: Will not release any data that is protected under Maine law, to the commission or any other requesting entity. All data that is already publically available can be accessed but the full request is being denied. (x)

Nebraska: Still hasn’t given an answer but senators have written an open letter to the secretary of the state to reject the request. (x)

New Jersey: Stated today that the request is “currently under review,” but will likely answer by July 14th. They also stated, “To date, no information has been released nor will any future information be released that is not publicly available or does not follow the appropriate legal process for information requests.”

South Carolina: Still hasn’t received a letter but has stated publically that they will not comply with the request of the commission and said the administration can access the data that’s already made available to the public. (x)

Wyoming: "I’m going to decline to provide any Wyoming voter information. It’s not sitting well with me. … Elections are the responsibility of states under the Constitution. I’m wondering if this request could lead to some federal overreach. … I have not experienced any secretary of state who has expressed any concerns or worry about fraud or some type of nefarious activity occurring that jeopardizes their respective election process.“ Secretary of State Ed Murray (x)

And just to clarify what “will only partly comply by providing publicly available data,” means: It means that the states will provide information that is already available to the public but will not provide information that is unlawful in your state. This varies by state, so you will have to check what information IS publically available in your area. Social security numbers are never public information and neither is voting history (private ballot and all) and some states do not make addresses known or other information requested by Trump’s commission. 
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