Since the earliest days of his administration, President Trump has insisted that there was massive voter fraud in the 2016 election. Last week, his commission on election integrity contacted all 50 states and (in what sounds like a hacker’s dream scenario) requested voter data such as “names, addresses, party affiliation, electoral participation history, and the last four digits of Social Security numbers.” State lawmakers on both sides of the aisle responded with a firm no. So far, at least 44 states have refused to turn over the data.

+ Even the key member of the commission that requested the data isn’t planning to comply with the request — which made for an interesting headline from the Kansas City Star: Kobach: Kansas won’t give Social Security info to Kobach-led voter commission at this time.