The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity was established in May. A majority of states have said that they cannot or will not comply with the commission's request for voter data. And now, a federal judge is reviewing whether the commission does enough to protect voter information.
Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams has said that he would comply with the commission's request. So what implications does that have for local voters?
Reporter Alycin Bektesh spoke to election officials throughout the Roaring Fork Valley. She sits down with Christin Kay to discuss their reaction to the request, as well as to dig into the lawsuits that have delayed the deadline to hand over voter data.