The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity met at Saint Anselm College in Manchester today. This marked the group's second meeting and comes amid criticism over the actual intent of the commission established by President Trump through executive order according to the order.
The commission was never meant to find evidence of voter fraud, but to find anything that enhances or undermines "confidence in the integrity of the voting process."
But is the commission itself undermining voter confidence? That's the argument being made by Steve Koczela He's president of the Mass Inc. Polling Group and attended the commission's meeting. He joined NHPR's Peter Biello to talk about it.
Listen to the interview - a transcript will be available shortly: