President Trump’s voter fraud commission, launched by executive order in May with the stated goal of restoring confidence and integrity in the electoral process, is now confronted with pushback from an unlikely group: its own members.
Two Democrats on the bipartisan commission sent letters to leaders of the panel last week condemning a lack of transparency.
“I honestly do not know what’s going on with the commission,” Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap, the author of one of the letters, said on Wednesday. “This very much concerns me.”
The correspondence adds to mounting criticism that Trump created the commission with the aim of blaming his popular vote loss on...