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Amanda Grady Sexton, director of public affairs for the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, said she was troubled that such private information had been compromised. She called for a full audit of information being submitted to the commission and a town-by-town review of checklists.
"This protection is vital to the safety of victims and their children, both those living inside and outside of emergency domestic violence shelters," she said. "The State of New Hampshire has an obligation to prioritize the safety of victims of crime and to uphold their statutory rights. Victims of crime should never have to choose between their safety and their constitutional right to vote."
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