AUGUSTA – Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap is once again refusing to release data on Maine voters.
Maine has received a second request for information from the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. It’s looking into allegations of voter fraud around the nation.
The commission has requested data on Maine voters, but state law prohibits it from being made public.
In it’s second request for data, the commission said it would not release any personally identifiable information from voter registration records to the public.
But Secretary Dunlap is unsure if the commission has the authority to exempt documents from public view. He feels the commission needs to study the data gathering effort before requesting it from the states.