N.H. Pauses Plans to Share Voter Checklists; Some Include Confidential Information

The Secretary of State’s office is holding off on sending voter information to the Trump commission, after discovering that some public checklists included confidential information about domestic violence victims that was not supposed to be made public.

In a joint press release issued Tuesday morning, Attorney General Gordon MacDonald and Secretary of State Bill Gardner said Gardner’s office will not release any until the state can confirm all confidential information is redacted. The state is also shutting off access to marked voter checklists at the state archives until further notice, according to the statement. | More…


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