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DOJ second release of Project VoteEstelle Rogers documents October 19 2011

DOJ second release of Project VoteEstelle Rogers documents October 19 2011

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Date Created:October 21, 2011

Date Uploaded to the Library:February 20, 2014

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U.S. Department Justice 
Civil Rights Division 
Freedom oflnjormallon!Privacy Acts Branch -NAl.C 
950 Pennsylvania Avenue. 
Washington, 20530 
October 19, 2011 
John Althcn, 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 lnfonnation Act request received the Civil Right$ Division September 12, 2011, seeking acces3 copies ... communications between the Department Justice and Estelle Rogers, Director 
Advocacy for Project Vote ... [between] January 20, 2009 June 23, 2011." searching for records responsive your request, this office located one document that 
originated with the Department Justice's Associate Attorney General's office. This office consulted with the Office Information and Privacy and obtained clearance provide his document you the entirety. Enclosed you will find copy the document. addition you will find pages additional Civil Rights Division documents 
responsive your request. have determined that these records may provided you subject the excision information about individuals pursuant U.S.C.  552(b )(6) since disclosure thereof would constitute unwarranted invasion personal privacy. 
Please note that the Department Justice contains approximately separate offices that handle FOlA access requests for each the thirty offices' respective components. The Civil Rights Division handles access requests for Civil Rights Division records only except when records originting with other components are located, then the Division makes referra1s consultations was done responding your request. You may wish send FOIA request other components withi'Ci the Department such the Office Information Policy search any additional records that may responsive your request. 
Although aware that your request the subject ongoing litigation and that appeals 
are not ordinarily acted such situations, required statute and regulation inform you your right file administrative appeal. Should you wish appeal decision with respect your request, you may writing, within sixty days, to: Director, Office Info1mation Policy, United States Department Justice, 1425 New York Avenue, Suite 11050, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20530. Your appeal must received OJP within days the date this letter. The envelope should marked "FOI/P Appeal." Following review the
Department, judicial review the decision the Attorney General available the United States District Court the judicial district which you reside, which you have your principal 
place business, the District Columbia.