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More than 3,000 Colorado voters have canceled their registrations since Trump election integrity commission request

The withdrawals began in earnest earlier this month, after a presidential advisory commission on election integrity requested publicly available voter information from all 50 states

By Brian Eason | The Denver Post

Nearly 3,400 Coloradans canceled their voter registrations in the wake of the Trump administration's request for voter info, the Secretary of State's Office confirmed Thursday, providing the first statewide glimpse at the extent of the withdrawals.

The 3,394 cancellations represent a vanishingly small percentage of the electorate — 0.09 percent of the state's 3.7 million registered voters. But the figure is striking nonetheless, with some county election officials reporting that they've never seen anything quite like it in their careers.

The withdrawals began in earnest earlier this month, after a presidential advisory commission on election integrity requested publicly available voter information from all 50 states.

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