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 September 3, 2014  Court

Madison County Journal reports:

A federal district court has ruled in the McDaniel True the Vote case that disclosing private information under the National Voter Registration Act would “create a gaping hole in the statutory landscape whereby personal, otherwise protected information would lose its protection once a citizen registered to vote,” Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann reports.

Sec. Hosemann said in a statement Tuesday morning:

The position of the Circuit Clerks, the Attorney General and the Secretary of State to protect the privacy of 1.8-Million Mississippi voters was upheld by a Federal District Court.

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