Secretary of State Scott Schwab said Tuesday that he was holding off on immediately deciding the future of a controversial national database employed to detect voter fraud.
Appearing before the Senate elections committee, Schwab was asked about the future of the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program and if there were plans to move to an alternative considered more exact and secure.
Crosscheck compares voter registration records from one state with other participating states to check for dual voter registrations and possible double voting.
Schwab said he wants to allow a Crosscheck-related lawsuit in Indiana to be resolved before deciding . . .