Do NOT share Florida Voter Registration Data with the Voter Fraud Panel
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Donald Trump wants election officials across the country to hand over our most sensitive voter information - names, addresses, social security info, voting history, and more - to a commission led by noted voter suppression champion Kris Kobach.
The Florida State Constitution ART.1SEC23 clearly states ''Every natural person has the right to be let alone and free from governmental intrusion into the person’s private life except as otherwise provided herein.''
By surrendering this data, specifically the social security numbers and voting history, the State is allowing and inviting governmental intrusion into the private lives of the citizens of the State of FLORIDA. Thus the request from the government of the United States violates the Constitution of the State of Florida and should not be honored. The Governor of Florida, Rick Scott, and the Secretary of State, Ken Detzner, have an obligation to ''support, protect, and defend the Constitution and Government of the United States and of the State of Florida.''
Exposing the information contained in the Voter Registration Databases, as requested by the United States government, via an unencrypted email address directly puts said information at risk.
- Florida Governor
Do NOT share Florida Voter Registration Data with the Voter Fraud Panel.
I believe this data is sensitive and should be protected in the same spirit as Identity Theft Protection for credit cards.
Please ensure that Florida gets added to the growing list of states that have responded "NO" to this request.
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