NM Secretary of State on Intimate Partner Violence Survivor Suffrage Act passage

"Victims of domestic violence should never be intimated out of voting because they fear their personal information will become available for their abusers to find,” says Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver.(Photo: maggietoulouseoliver.com)

NM Senate Bill 190 vital in preventing victim information from being accessed by abusers, says Maggie Toulouse Oliver

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Office of New Mexico Secretary of State

New Mexico Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver released the following statement after the New Mexico State Senate unanimously passed Senate Bill 190, the Intimate Partner Violence Survivor Suffrage Act:

“Victims of domestic violence should never be intimated out of voting because they fear their personal information will become available for their abusers to find,” said Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver. “The Intimate Partner Violence Survivor Suffrage Act provides a vital protection for these victims by ensuring that they are able to vote while preventing their personal information from being accessed by their abusers. I thank Senator Daniel Ivey-Soto for working closely with my office on this piece of legislation.”

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