Los Angeles Times: President Trump says it's illegal to be registered to vote in two states — but he's wrong
Danielle Lang, deputy director of voting rights for the nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center, says Trump’s effort is trying to conflate two separate issues.
“It has sought to draw a link between the unsurprising notion that our voter registration lists are not always up-to-date and voter fraud — a link that does not exist,” Lang said. “People move; people die. The bureaucracy doesn’t always catch up with those daily facts. That does not mean there is widespread voter fraud. The evidence shows that there is not.”