Maine SOS Dunlap Predicts “a Lot of Head-Butting” at First Meeting of Pence-Kobach Fraud Commission


Dunlap, a Democrat, said it will be important for the commission, which meets for the first time July 19, to clearly identify its goals and the information needed to reach them while at the same time effectively communicating with the public.

“The core thing is that we got to do it in a way that engenders confidence, not suspicion,” said Dunlap, who anticipates a lot of head-butting when the commission first meets.

Dunlap and Gardner, two Democrats on the commission who are familiar with each other, plan on challenging the commission’s other members.

“(Gardner and I) are going to be on the street corners with bullhorns telling people what’s going on,” Dunlap said.


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