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“This protection is vital to the safety of victims and their children, both those living inside and outside of emergency domestic violence shelters,” wrote Amanda Grady Sexton, director of the public affairs for the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, in a statement released Tuesday.
Jessica Eskeland, public policy specialist for the coalition, said the group had not been aware before Tuesday’s announcement that some names were being included on public voting lists.
“We call for a full audit of all checklists and information intended for submission to the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity to ensure that victims of crime who are guaranteed confidentiality under New Hampshire law are afforded the rights they are entitled to,” Sexton wrote. “Additionally, we call for a town-by-town manual review of all hand-marked checklists to ensure that victim privacy has adequately been maintained.”