NH should refuse to send voter info and join Maine in suing Trump's sham voting commission
Concord, N.H. - Today, Maine Secretary of State Matt Dunlap, a member of President Trump's sham Commission on Election Integrity, announced he is suing the commission. Dunlap said he hasn't heard from the commission since its last in-person meeting on September 12th at St. Anselm College's New Hampshire Institute of Politics. Dunlap says he has been blocked from receiving commission documents and believes the commission "risks becoming exactly the kind of one-sided partisan undertaking that the Federal Advisory Committee Act was designed to prohibit." At the September 12th meeting, commission member and New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner had to defend baseless accusations of voter fraud from the commission head Kris Kobach. Breitbart columnist Kobach penned an op-ed accusing New Hampshire students of voting illegally (they didn't). NHDP Chair Ray Buckley issued the following statement: "Commission member Matt Dunlap's suit makes it clear that President Trump's Election Integrity Commission is a sham with a partisan agenda. Secretary Gardner should immediately refuse to move forward in sending along New Hampshire voter information, step down from the commission, and join Maine's lawsuit. The New Hampshire Secretary of State's office should return to the business of providing complete and accurate information to voters and continue to run smooth elections."