Managing Partner Matthew Haverstick, Council for the Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee, Senate Republic Caucus and Senators Dush and Corman, was featured on CBS 21 discussing challenges against the subpoena that requests voters’ personal information for review of the 2020 General Election and the 2021 Primary Election. A number of Democratic and Republican voters, as well as advocacy organizations attending the recent election review hearing in an attempt to intervene the subpoena for information including, names, dates of birth, home addresses, driver’s license numbers, and partial social security numbers of voters.
“The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania functions as one organization and shares information internally all the time,” said Haverstick. “This this isn’t something new that’s happening. I just don’t understand why the Secretary and this administration feel like they should prohibit the General Assembly from getting information that they seem to give out all the time.”
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