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Maine Voter Roll Access Granted to Conservative Group

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A U.S. Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, requiring Maine to release voter lists for public inspection despite opposition from the state’s Secretary of State, who expressed concerns about privacy and potential harassment.

The foundation aims to probe alleged voter fraud and had previously challenged Maine’s privacy law.

The court emphasized the necessity of public disclosure for ensuring the accuracy of voter lists.

The ruling was celebrated as a victory for election transparency by the foundation’s president.

“The use restrictions would have prohibited basic voter roll research and limited PILF’s ability to share its findings with the public,” J. Christian Adams stated.

“Other states should think twice before passing laws that restrict the public from accessing the voter file and speaking about any errors,” he said.

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