AG Shapiro’s Statement on Senate’s Vote on Subpoenas Regarding 2020 Election

Attorney General Josh ShapiroCredit: Commonwealth Media Services

HARRISBURG, PA — Attorney General Josh Shapiro issued a statement on the Pennsylvania legislature’s recent vote to subpoena Pennsylvanians’ personal identification information. The Attorney General believes this motion is part of an effort to undermine the integrity of Pennsylvania’s elections:

“These subpoenas only highlight how Republican leaders in our Commonwealth continue to try and manufacture controversy out of nothing—instead of a bombshell, the majority of this information is publicly available and doesn’t require force to be compelled.

“My office is aware that voters’ private and sensitive information is also being requested. We will do everything within our power to protect Pennsylvanians’ personal data.”

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