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New Mexico Judge Rules For Voting Record Transparency


The hysterics of this one are telling to say the least…

A judge in New Mexico recently ruled in favor of an election integrity non-profit group called the “Voter Reference Foundation”.

What does the Voter Reference Foundation do? They maintain a website called VoteRef.Com, among other things, which publishes partial voter records online.

These partial records include data searchable by name or address, if they voted, which county they voted in, and the number of times they voted, in some states party affiliation is listed.

They do not include who or what any individual voted for. They also omit records belonging to people with special circumstances such as those suffering from a stalker, domestic assault, or abuse.

Why are leftists everywhere in a tizzy then?

Here are just some of the things being said, I think you can get the picture:

The Associated Press reports:

The foundation — backed by former GOP Senate candidate Doug Truax of Illinois — took its New Mexico records offline in response and sued the state in federal court, alleging violations of due process and free speech guarantees.

The judge’s order blocks prosecution while the case advances toward trial and said that the Voter Reference Foundation is likely to prevail in its claim as the victim of viewpoint discrimination by election regulators.


Conservative Brief offered this quote from Doug Truax:

Former GOP Senate candidate Doug Truax said that his group “won’t be intimidated by politicians who, for some reason, don’t want to give the people of their state easy access to election records they pay for.”

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