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Beth Fraser

Agency Policy Specialist

Minnesota Department of Commerce

HQ Phone:  (651) 539-1500

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Email: b***@***.us

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Minnesota Department of Commerce

85 7Th Place East Suite 500

Saint Paul, Minnesota,55101

United States

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MN's Current Election System

www.thinkagainmn.org [cached]

Beth Fraser, Director of Governmental Affairs in the MN Secretary of State's Office notes that MN has not just one of the best, but the best election system in the country.
In an eleven minute video, she explains how MN's centralized database for registered voters works, including how mistakes are corrected; how the voter registration database is updated from information from the Social Security, Driver and Vehicle, Postal Change of Address, list of felons who have not had their voting rights reinstated, and list of residents who are not citizens; and how ineligible voters are turned over to county attorneys for further investigation. Watch her video.


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Beth Fraser, Deputy Secrtary of State


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BETH FRASER
Beth Fraser has spent the past seven years as Minnesota's deputy Secretary of State, where she manages the office's legislative initiatives and oversees the "Safe at Home" program, which was created by the Legislature to keep the addresses of survivors of domestic violence and stalking confidential. She organized the office's efforts to oppose a 2012 state constitutional amendment that would have required voter I.D.s at the polls. She is a former policy leader for the Minnesota Alliance for Progressive Action, now known as TakeAction Minnesota.


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BETH FRASER
A former policy leader for the Minnesota Alliance for Progressive Action (now TakeAction Minnesota), Beth Fraser has spent the past seven years as Minnesota's deputy secretary of state. She is backed by the Stonewall DFL, the party's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender caucus. She testified at the Legislature against the proposed voter ID. Fraser manages the secretary of state's legislative initiatives and oversees the "Safe at Home" program, which was created by the Legislature to keep the addresses of survivors of domestic violence and stalking confidential.


Minnesota: State already working on shorter voter lines | Grand Forks Herald | CEIMN: Citizens for Election Integrity Minnesota

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Good ideas, Deputy Minnesota Secretary of State Beth Fraser said, adding that Minnesota already is making progress in key areas.
Fraser said Minnesotans can expect their legislators to discuss allowing voters to cast ballots at city or county elections offices before Election Day itself.


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