Mother Jones: Trump Election Commissioner’s Voter Database Is a Ripe Target for Hackers

Kris Kobach calls the program a model for the country. It has major security problems.

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach has called his Interstate Crosscheck Program, which compares voter registration lists among states to search for fraudulent double voting, a model for the nation.

Yet newly released documents [by Indivisible Chicago] show that the program touted by Kobach has major security vulnerabilities that could lead to sensitive voter data being hacked, released, and even modified.