• May 18, 2021

Maryland Elections Board Sued for Hiding Voter Registration Records

 Maryland Elections Board Sued for Hiding Voter Registration Records

Joe Schoffstall – 

A watchdog group is suing the Maryland state board of elections for hiding voter registration records.

The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), an Indiana-based election integrity group, filed a complaint Dec. 16 against several individuals with Maryland’s state board of elections for alleged violations of the National Voter Registration Act’s public disclosure provision. The group sought a copy of the statewide voter registration list on Nov. 13 and offered to pay the required fees for the records. Two days later, an individual with the board of elections denied PILF’s request, stating that only Maryland residents can obtain voter data.

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