While protecting voting rights is a bipartisan issue, President Donald Trump’s administration has drawn criticism for doing the opposite, appearing to intimidate and discourage some voters — such as by having the U.S. Department of Justice issue a subpoena for some 20 million voter records in 44 North Carolina counties. The 2018 request was withdrawn after the state’s board of election rejected the move unanimously, though the DOJ still asked that the records be turned over by January 2019, the center says.
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