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Election Integrity Commission Emails

A federal appeals court ruled that Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap did not prove that certain emails he sought between Vice President Mike Pence’s staff and members of President Donald Trump’s commission on election security fell within the scope of the group’s work. 

WASHINGTON – The D.C. Circuit ruled that Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap did not prove that certain emails he sought between Vice President Mike Pence’s staff and members of President Donald Trump’s commission on election security fell within the scope of the group’s work. 

The emails related to potential appointees to the “short-lived” Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, which Dunlap served on for a short time.

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