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Should N.H. Share Voter Information With Presidential Commission?

Allegra Boverman/NHPR

The President's Election Integrity Commission's request for state voter checklist information set off lots of concerns about voter privacy. Some states, including Maine, have refused to cooperate.  Others, like New Hampshire, have said they'll comply, but only with information that's already publicly available. 


  • Matthew Dunlap - Maine Secretary of State, he also serves on the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity
  • Casey McDermott -  NHPR reporter
  • David Scanlan -   New Hampshire Deputy Secretary of State
  • Paul Twomey - Long time election law attorney, served as the legal counsel to the House of Representatives. 

Scroll down to see a copy of the letter sent to states from the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.

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