By Kendra Penningroth | Arizona Capitol Times
At least six Arizonans from the state’s two biggest counties have canceled their voter registration following a request by President Trump’s voter fraud commission for data.
The voters, who are from Pima and Maricopa counties, directly cited efforts of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity to obtain voter information in their decision to cancel their registration, according to election officials.
The state has more than 3.6 million registered voters, so the six cancellations are negligible.
Arizona Advocacy Network Executive Director Joel Edman said it’s still “six too many.”