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Making the voting history of every person in the country public is probably a bad idea, amirite?

So remember when the president said he was going to create a commission to investigate voter fraud? Well it looks like they've finally gotten around to it and have a bit more than voter fraud on their minds. To that end, Kris Kobash, vice chairman of the commission, sent a request to the 50 states. From the article: "It also seeks the full names of all registered voters, their addresses, dates of birth, party affiliation, last four digits of Social Security numbers and voting history for every election since 2006. Any documents sent to the commission will be made available to the public, the letter said." Super...