A state senate committee’s attempt to audit last November’s election is already running into legal delays.
Earlier this week subpoenas were issued by the committee seeking social security and drivers license information on all voters in Pennsylvania in last year’s election.
Those backing the audit were in court yesterday after lawsuits were filed to block the subpoenas.
The leading senator behind the audit denied accusations of sharing private information about voters.
“The department of state has given that same information to third party vendors over the years. clear its important that when you have third party vendors as the department of state has, you have contractual agreements they have to maintain the security of information with significant penalties of law.it the same thing the department of state has done over the years”
Corman still isn’t disclosing how much the senate plans to spend on the election audit.