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August 14. 2013 12:13PM

Granite Grok: Outed 'drive by voters' now want off voter checklist

Three Obama for America campaign workers, who registered to vote using Sen. Martha Fuller Clark's address, have been removed from the city's voter list at their request, according to the City Clerk's office. 

PORTSMOUTH — Three Obama for America campaign workers, who registered to vote using Sen. Martha Fuller Clark's address, have been removed from the city's voter list at their request, according to the City Clerk's office. The three are Bryan Gregory Griffith, Andrea Marie Riccio and Ellen Rose Whelan-Wuest. According to the clerk's office, all recently wrote letters to the city asking to be removed from the voter checklist and the letters were referred to the city's Board of Registers.



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