Matt Dunlap: Maine's Secretary of State Discusses Elections, Referendum, Census, Real ID and More
Maine Secretary of State Matt Dunlap joins us to discuss the March primary election, upcoming ballot referendum, ranked choice and other voting issues, what people need to know about the upcoming census, Real ID and more.
Matt Dunlap is Maine's 49th secretary of state, now serving his fourth consecutive and seventh overall term in office. He previously served three terms as Maine's 47th secretary of state and is the first person to serve nonconsecutive terms as secretary of state since 1880
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