Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman said she would not file charges in the case.
The Colorado Secretary of State's Office received a new request Wednesday from the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.
Election clerks across Colorado are getting ready to start auditing statewide and countywide election results to ensure hackers and other threats are screwing with votes.
In Colorado, 2,037 Democrats have withdrawn their registration, along with 1,255 unaffiliated voters and 367 Republicans.
"Unfortunately in the letter, the secretary has several suggestions that we think will make it more likely that eligible voters will be struck from the rolls," Elena Nunez said.
To review, here's what the voter registration data that Secretary of State Wayne Williams would have released (and perhaps still will release) includes.
In Colorado, you can go to your local county clerk and request to become a confidential voter.
Secretary of State Wayne Williams will be releasing voter information that is considered public record under Colorado law to the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.
"If you take an oath of office and then immediately violate it, that should have consequences," said Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams.
Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams officially certified the results of the 2016 general election yesterday, after the deadline to request a recount passed.
New York Times: Industry groups tried to curry favor with Republican secretaries of state, including Colorado’s Wayne Williams
The article describes changes to a gun control measure in Nevada that proponents fear makes it a tougher sell with voters and describes these meetings as a new avenue for lobbyists to try to shape public policy.