What Oregon Voter Data the White House Will Probably Get—and What It Won’t

Oregon is sending the White House some of its voter data—the same information anybody can get by paying $500.

On June 30, President Donald Trump’s Election Integrity Commission requested a vast trove of voter data from every state. A day later, Oregon joined 31 states that declined to comply fully with the request, which experts say could be the first step in federal efforts to purge voters from state rolls.

Source: What Oregon Voter Data the White House Will Probably Get—and What It Won’t – Willamette Week