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DOJ first release of Project VoteEstelle Rogers documents October 18 2011

DOJ first release of Project VoteEstelle Rogers documents October 18 2011

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Number of Pages:58

Date Created:October 20, 2011

Date Uploaded to the Library:February 20, 2014

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U.S. Depaftmcnt Justice 
Civil Rights D.ivision 
Freedom Information/Privacy Acts Branch  NAf,C 
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, 
Washington, 20530 
October 18, 2011 
11-00546-F 
John Althen, Esq. Judicial Watch 
425 3rd Street, S.W., Suite 800 Washington, D.C. 20024 
Dear Mr. Althen 
This further response your June 23, 2011 Freedom Information Act request received the Civil Rights Division September 12, 2011, seeking access copies "... communications between the Department Justice and Estelle Rogers, Director Advocacy for Project Vote ... [between] January 20, 2009 Jline 23, 2011." 
Please note that this office responsible for Civil Rights Division records only. the extent that you believe there may other Department Justice components that would have had communications with the Director Advocacy for Project Vote, you may wish address request directly those components. Please note well that addressing request the Central Referral Unit the Department Justice, Judicial Watch did this particular matter, you not receive additional acknowledgment from the component most likely maintain records related your request, such the Civil Rights Division, then please not hesitate contact this office calling 202-514-4210. Civil Rights Division FOI/P Branch staff will glad assist you locating the appropriate office for the subject matter your request. 
Enclosed please find pages Civil Rights Division documents responsive your request and one page that originated with the Criminal Division. After consultation with the Criminal Division regarding the one page containing Criminal Division information, have determined that all pages maybe provided you the entirety. searching for records responsive your request, this office also locate one document that originated with the Department Justice's Associate Attorney General's office. accordce with Department regulations, C.F .R.  16.1, seq., have referred this document the Office oflnfonnation Policy fOT review. You may expect additional response regarding that document. Any further inquiries should directed to: 
Carmen Mallon, Chief Staff 
Office Information Policy 

United States Department Justice 
Washington, 20530-0001 

(202) 514-3642 (Telephone) hope the Civil Rights Division has been some assistance you this matter. 

Civil Rights vision 
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