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(Portland, OR)  --  Oregon Secretary of State Dennis Richardson says he's denying another request from the Trump administration for voter information.  Richardson says Vice Chairman Kris Kobach of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity sent the state a second letter asking for voter data yesterday.  However, Richardson says Kobach didn't include the five-hundred-dollar fee to pay for the data.  Richardson responded to Kobach's first letter seeking data by saying that anyone can obtain a list of state voters for a fee of five-hundred dollars.

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