State Election Board To Nassau: Follow The Law

In Newsday, Celeste Hadrick reports  “(t)he New York State Board of Elections reached out to the Nassau elections board Thursday to tell it to follow the law.

The Nassau board, with a budget of more than $19 million and upward of 150 employees to maintain voter registration information and manage elections, has not been compiling a canvass of primary election returns as required by state law.”

According to the Hadrick, “Newsday requested committee member lists for the Republican, Democratic and Independence parties after Uniondale community activist Terenna Williams, a Democrat who formerly worked at the board, complained to a reporter that the Nassau board had refused her request for a list of Democratic committee members.”

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