Secretary of state’s first election integrity meeting to be held behind closed doors
Election task force convening in secret ahead of formal proceedings
South Dakota’s top election official who campaigned on voter integrity will hold her first promised election-audit meeting behind closed doors.
The South Dakota Secretary of State’s Office is gearing up for its own summer study on election integrity with county auditors, public officials and activists — a response to a series of legislation and calls for a probe of the state’s election protocols following the 2020 presidential election.
But the first time the group convenes will be in secret.
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