The Wolf administration is trying to put an end to a request by state Senate Republicans to give them sensitive voter information. The data was as part of an inquiry into the 2020 election, which GOP lawmakers falsely charged was fraudulent. In a motion filed Monday, the Pennsylvania Department of State and attorney general’s office asked a state court to dismiss the request to turn over voters’ partial Social Security and driver’s license numbers. The governor’s office argues that because the most recent legislative session ended on Nov. 30, the state Senate committee’s authority has effectively expired. An attorney for the Republicans says they’ll challenge the motion.