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Does anyone with legal experience know if a state's SOS turns over our (Original Post) airmid Jun 2017 OP
Most of what's being requested is already public.... WePurrsevere Jun 2017 #1
Many states already do so MichMan Jun 2017 #2
Thanks folks...I am just curious as to any avenue we can take. airmid Jun 2017 #3
Might be a legal issue if you don't MichMan Jun 2017 #4
Please call Your SOS & protest. nt furtheradu Jun 2017 #5


(24,259 posts)
1. Most of what's being requested is already public....
Fri Jun 30, 2017, 07:52 AM
Jun 2017

Anything that's not already publicly available and is turned over w/o a court order they can probably be sued over.

FWIW I don't think the SoSs should turn over jack to this BS 'investigation'. If you look at who Trump's put on it and is in charge it's becoming pretty obvious that it's a RW ploy to work towards further voter suppression, etc so IMO if this bunch want the public records they can hunt them down themselves. Why should our state tax dollars go towards aiding and abetting this 'witch hunt' crap along with what looks like could be an attempt to attack our constitutional right to vote.


(10,728 posts)
4. Might be a legal issue if you don't
Fri Jun 30, 2017, 08:38 AM
Jun 2017

I would think that if the voter lists have previously been sold to various organizations and political parties, it would legally be a problem to refuse them now.

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