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 May 1, 2019  Posted by  Govt

Vivian Wang reports:

Bowing to fierce criticism from elected officials and privacy advocates, the New York City Board of Elections has removed the voter enrollment books that it had posted online, which had included every registered voter’s full name, party affiliation and home address.

The books, spanning thousands of pages in searchable PDF format, were quietly posted in February, the first time they had been available on the Board of Elections website. Officials said the online publication was necessary given changes to election law at the state level.

Read more on The New York Times.

  One Response to “After Backlash, Personal Voter Information Is Removed by New York City”

  1. Many other states post this data too, by law.

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