Colorado voters are canceling their registrations after Trump request for data

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Funny Thing–Voters Deregister As Trump Fraud Poll Looms
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Peter Brimelow
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9 July 2017
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Colorado News
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Here’s a funny thing: Colorado Voters Are Canceling Their Registrations After Trump Request For Voter Data, by Sam Levine, Huffington Post, July 8 2017:

Denver election officials told Denver7 and The Colorado Independent at least 180 people had withdrawn their voter registration since July 3. Compared to the eight withdrawals they cited over the same time period the previous week, it amounted to a 2,150 percent increase.

I never expected to come to work and see such a sudden increase in voter registration withdrawals. I never expected to see more withdrawals in a day than new registrations,” Amber McReynolds, the director of elections for Denver, said in a statement. [Links in original, emphases added].

... Maybe ending voter fraud, like getting illegals to self-deport, will just turn out to require enforcing the law...



Democrats Spooked by Drop in Colorado Voter Registration Amid Trump Probe Into Voter Fraud, Breitbart, July 16, 2017:

Democrats are apparently spooked by a sudden drop in voter registrations in the key swing state of Colorado, with Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez arguing that it is connected to President Trump’s investigation into electoral fraud in the 2016 election — and promising to fight back against it.
According to the Denver Post, approximately 3,400 Colorado voters canceled their registrations after the Trump administration sought voter info from the states...
Trump’s Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity has asked states to hand over data from their voter rolls, reportedly including felony convictions, military status, and voter history. The move has seen pushback from a number of liberal states such as California, New York, Virginia, and Connecticut, as well as some red states such as Oklahoma and Kentucky...
McClatchy reports that the Democratic National Committee and the Colorado Democratic Party have launched an effort to persuade Democrats to stay on the voter rolls.

“If you unregister, you are giving a victory to proponents of voter suppression,” Perez said in an interview with the outlet Friday, adding that they see this as the party’s new rally cryin...

Trump has repeatedly claimed that he believes he would have won the popular vote if illegal votes were discounted..

It is interesting to note that:
a) the Democrat party is objecting to investigation of voter fraud
b) it is highly likely that the vast majority of those unregistering are illegal aliens
c) illegal aliens vote Democrat in order to obtain taxpayer-funded welfare and government handouts

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