TMP Podcast #16 - When Maine Election Law Bumps Against Federal Election Law

September 20, 2023 00:23:44
TMP Podcast #16 - When Maine Election Law Bumps Against Federal Election Law
The Maine Polis Podcast
TMP Podcast #16 - When Maine Election Law Bumps Against Federal Election Law

Sep 20 2023 | 00:23:44

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Show Notes

Episode 16 reviews a multi-year dispute between the Public Interest Legal Foundation and Maine's Secretary of State's Office over access to Maine's voter registration data.  This episode reviews some of the timeline leading up to the court's decision and the consequences of that decision.   Show Notes: View Relevant Court Documents And PILF Press Releases Here

View Results and Appendix's for PEW Study - Why Are Millions of Citizens Not Registered to Vote? - 

L.D. 916 - An Act To Protect Data Privacy and Security in Elections - Proposed Bill, Amendments, and Final Signed Bill. LD 916 - An Act to Protect Data Privacy and Security in Elections - Committee Actions & Public Testimony

§196-A. Use and distribution of central voter registration system information

Secretary of State Shenna Bellows Testifying In Support of L.D. 916 “An Act To Protect Data Privacy and Security in Elections" (pdf)

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