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D. limestone and granite Boyle saidThe large formal space on the home’s east side will be used to host various gatherings such as Tuesday’s dinner for members of the Task Force for Higher Education GovernanceA spiral staircase leads to the kitchen dining and living areas in the private area of the residence where a bed for the first family’s feline Mr Gray sat near a south-facing window Just beyond a patio was the site of the former residence where an excavator continued to shuffle debris TuesdayThe former residence a nearly 60-year-old structure on the southwest corner of the Capitol grounds was torn down earlier this month Legislators had pointed to several problems with it including asbestos security and a lack of handicapped accessibilityBoyle declined to address many security specifics Tuesday but said there was "added security" in the new home An elevator accompanied the spiral staircaseOn each side of the west door were offices for Burgum and the first lady The house includes six bedrooms and 65 bathrooms Boyle said along with a fitness area game room and a family room with a television and sofasLawmakers approved the $5 million project in 2015 They required $1 million to come from donations and Jim Poolman who co-chairs the fundraising committee said Tuesday they were about $130000 short"That won’t prevent anything from being accomplished" Boyle said "We have what is obligated to the contractors"They’re not private; they’re public according to the ruling by Ramsey County District Judge Jennifer Frisch who sided with the activist group Minnesota Voters Alliance which had sued Simon’s officeSimon said he would appealThe data in question includes tens of thousands of records of voters whose eligibility was challenged on Election Day and reasons they were challenged The Voters Alliance argues that information should be scrutinized to see how many ineligible voters are able to cast ballots that are counted in elections"The close elections in Minnesota are decided by ineligible voters" said Erik Kaardal the attorney for the group referring to such narrowly decided races as the 2008 US Senate contest in which Al Franken defeated Norm Coleman by 312 votesIt’s unclear if Kaardal’s contention is true but what is clear is that it’s exceedingly difficult for anyone to figure out the answer Especially anyone outside government given that Simon’s office has refused to release the information publiclyEarlier this year the state Office of Legislative Auditor a non-partisan government watchdog agency that answers to the Legislature concluded that Minnesota’s same-day voter-registration system "provides access to voting but may also allow ineligible persons to register and vote" In its review the agency noted that figuring out if some people are eligible to vote often requires an investigation tantamount to a law enforcement probe — a time-consuming processHow someone actually voted is secret — not even elections officials know that — and will remain so Also voters whose address could put their safety at risk such as domestic abuse victims will be able to remain incognito under the judge’s orderWhat’s at stakeHere’s the universe of voters we’re talking about:Out of nearly 3 million people who voted in Minnesota’s 2016 election more than 355000 registered on Election Day although most simply updated or re-activated existing informationSome 26000 people had their voter record "challenged" by election staff around the state according to the legislative auditor’s reportThe reasons for challenging a voter’s eligibility can range from failure to bring proper identification to being a felon still serving a sentence In 2016 612 were challenged due to a felony conviction Of them 403 took advantage of a provision in state law that many critics find weak: The voters swore an oath that they were eligible to vote and they were then allowed to cast a ballot Were they lying"We could not reach a conclusion about the eligibility of most of the 403 challenged voters who completed the oath" according to the legislative auditor’s reportGroups like the Minnesota Voters Alliance are unable to perform their own investigation because the secretary of state’s office has said the status of a voter’s registration — such as whether it was challenged — is private Frisch concluded that’s not what the law saysPolitics at workFrisch’s order issued Wednesday was an interpretation of the Minnesota Data Practices Act and other state laws that don’t allow she concluded the secretary of state’s office to withhold information like whether a voter’s eligibility was challenged and why Name address when someone voted whether it was in person or absentee and phone number (if provided by the voter) are among the other information that’s public However that information can only be used for election-related work according to state lawFrisch’s order had nothing to do with voter fraud and in a news conference Friday Kaardal brushed aside any discussion of voter fraud which is a crime that requires intent Some ineligible voters might honestly believe they’re eligible he saidNonetheless the politically charged rhetoric of voter fraud (a common refrain from conservatives) and voter suppression (a common refrain from liberals) could be heard Friday"Releasing this data would enable suppression of eligible voters" said Robert Haider campaign spokesman for Simon a Democrat running for re-election "Making Minnesotans’ private information available to anybody who wants it to further their own political agenda sets a dangerous and unacceptable precedent"Haider attempted to link the lawsuit to President Donald Trump’s short-lived Commission on Election Integrity which Trump established following his own false claims of "millions" of fraudulent votes in the 2016 election Simon himself did not issue a statement An office spokesman said he was at a conference and unavailableSimon’s Republican opponent former state senator and Red Wing mayor John Howe held his own news conference immediately following the Voters Alliance’s news conference Friday"It’s disgraceful that a constitutional officer has to be dragged into court and be forced to fulfill his legal obligation" Howe said "Minnesotans should be able to feel that their election process is fair open and transparent Instead the Secretary of State has chosen to do everything he could to keep information hidden from the public" "It’s been a good run. it was devastating. 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