|Published:||Nov 05, 2012 9:02 PM EST|
|Updated:||Nov 05, 2012 9:03 PM EST|
A letter being sent to a select few in our area is causing quite the controversy.
The letter lists people names, addresses and whether or not they voted in the last two general elections.
"I don't know what right they have to send that information out," said Richard Russo.
It was sent from the national political group Americans for Limited Government. The group advocates against expansion on government in basic freedoms.
"I don't like the idea that they have been sending letters out to neighbors," said neighbor Loretta Dobbins.
Some of the information isn't correct because it says Russo never voted in the past two elections, but he did/
"False information because I was not registered down here to vote. In '04 and '08 I was registered in New York," said Russo.
"It shows that I didn't vote in 2008 and I did" said Richard Price.
Even though the information is public information, many just feel violated.
"This election has gotten carried away with what they feel they can publish and what they can do with commercials," said Russo.
The letter doesn't clear say what it wants people to do with the information.
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