Stand against Trump’s assault on our voting rights
Kris Kobach and the Trump administration are launching a nationwide assault on our voting rights. On June 28th they sent a letter to all 50 states demanding sensitive and personal data for ALL voters. Thankfully 46 states see right through this and have announced that they will not release private personal information. But, despite initial comments by Governor David Ige, Hawai‘i is still one of just four states that have yet to formally announce their stance on this commission. Tell Chief Elections Officer Scott Nago not to comply with this baseless probe.
Scott Nago, Chief Election Officer
Office of Elections
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Hi, may I speak to Chief Elections Officer Scott Nago?
If the election officer isn’t available, ask to leave a message.
Hello, my name is [FIRST NAME] and I live in [CITY]. I’m calling to voice my concern about the Trump administration’s voter fraud commission.
Please do not compromise the privacy of our state’s voters and the integrity of our elections by releasing private data to this commission.
This commission and its latest request is about disenfranchising voters and selling Trump’s lie that he “won” the popular vote. Commission vice chair Kris Kobach is a champion of this lie and the king of voter suppression. He cannot be trusted to act in good faith.
Nearly every state has refused to comply with Kobach’s request to provide private information like social security numbers. Many have denounced this effort - and the commission itself - as a tactic to disenfranchise millions of voters. Governor Ige himself has expressed such concerns. We cannot allow our democracy to disintegrate. I urge you to follow our Governorʻs lead stand strong against this commission.
Thank you for listening to my concerns.