voter fraud Utah Voter Rolls Lawsuit Still Active, Even If Trump's Election Fraud Commission Isn't By Julia Ritchey • Oct 25, 2017 iStock Listen Listening... / 1:32 A lawsuit over Utah’s voter rolls is still up in the air — and so might President Trump’s voter fraud commission that requested the data in the first place. Lawsuit Filed Against Utah Lieutenant Governor Over Voter Privacy Concerns By Julia Ritchey • Jul 28, 2017 istock Listen Listening... / 1:22 Two Utah groups are suing the Lieutenant Governor’s office to protect voter privacy after a request from the Trump administration to turn over the state’s voter rolls. Lawmaker To Push Utah Voter Privacy Bill Following Trump Commission’s Data Grab By Julia Ritchey • Jul 21, 2017 iStock Listen Listening... / 1:43 A Utah lawmaker is introducing legislation to tackle voter privacy after a blanket data request by the Trump administration raised concerns. Trump Commission's Voter Request Prompts Some Utahns To Privatize Records By Julia Ritchey • Jul 12, 2017 bizoo_n, istock photo Listen Listening... / 2:07 After President Trump’s commission on voter fraud requested data from all 50 states, Utah election officials are fielding more questions from concerned voters. Utah ‘Wary’ Of Data Request By Trump’s Voter Integrity Commission By Julia Ritchey • Jul 3, 2017 Julia Ritchey, KUER Listen Listening... / 2:00 Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox says his office is carefully reviewing a request by the Trump administration for the state’s voter roll data. Election Officials Anticipate Busy Polling Day By Julia Ritchey • Nov 6, 2016 Julia Ritchey, KUER Listen Listening... / 1:44 Listen. Election officials are warning of long lines this week as only a third of Utahns have taken advantage of early voting and mail-in balloting. Utah Election Officials Reassure Voters Of Polling Integrity By Julia Ritchey • Oct 18, 2016 Julia Ritchey/KUER Listen Listening... / 2:18 Listen. As Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump doubled-down on accusations that the elections would be rigged, Utah officials say that’s just not possible.