Under state law, any voter can register fellow citizens to vote as long as they have been sworn in as a special registration deputy. To become a deputy residents must receive special training. Up until last year a citizen could receive that training through the GAB, which would then certify them to register voters throughout the state.
Witt and Laru filed complaints against Torkilsen after seeing a letter from the GAB that said an elector may file a complaint against a clerk who refuses to train them to be a deputy or appoint them to be a deputy.
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