4-170, as amended, of the General Statutes: September 5, 2001.
She said the courts have "repudiated his methods on multiple occasions but often after the damage has been done to voters."In the letter Wednesday, Kobach asked Merrill and election officials in other states for full names of all registered voters, as well as addresses, the last four digits of Social Security numbers, dates of birth, voting histories and other information dating to 2006.Connecticut election officials say not all of that information is publicly available and would not be given to the Kobach.Also, domestic violence laws protect a broad classification of people who live together, including spouses, roommates, housemates, elders and children, dating partners, and same-sex partners.Domestic violence misdemeanors are treated very seriously.31-241 of the General Statutes, as amended by Public Act No.
99-123 of the Public Acts, after publication in the Connecticut Law Journal on October 10, 2000, of the notice of the proposal to amend such regulations, and the holding of an advertised public hearing on the 15th day of November, 2000. Approved by the Attorney General as to legal sufficiently in accordance with Sec.
President Donald Trump's special commission to investigate alleged voter fraud is asking Connecticut election officials for reams of personal data on all registered voters in the state and got a frosty reply from Secretary of the State Denise Merrill."In the spirit of transparency, we intend to share publicly-available information with [President Trump's] Kobach Commission while ensuring that the privacy of voters is honored by withholding protected data," Merrill said in a public response Thursday.
Letters from the new commission reportedly went out to all 50 states Wednesday requesting publicly available voter information, and information on "law, policies or other issues [that] hinder your ability to ensure the integrity of elections you administer." Also, the commission asked for "convictions for election-related crimes" dating to the 2000 presidential election.
Wherefore, the foregoing regulations are hereby amended as hereinabove stated, effective when filed with the Secretary of State. 4-169, as amended, Connecticut General Statutes: May 21, 2001.
Approved by the Legislative Regulation Review Committee in accordance with Sec.
4-172, as amended, of the General Statutes, Secretary of the State: September 17, 2001.