Concord, NH - A lawsuit is moving forward in New Hampshire challenging the president's election integrity commission.
According to WMUR, the ACLU and two state lawmakers are filing against the Secretary of State to stop him from sharing voter information with the commission.
While this information is publicly available the lawsuit says the state must go town by town to get permission for it.
Secretary of State William Gardner said in a news release that this information is required to be disclosed and is "intendend to provide voters with a way to evaluate the election process."
The commission was set up by the President to investigate what he calls "voter fraud" in the 2016 election.
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