Look at the page header in the pictures below. Then ask the simple questions:
Why is the Office of the Governor compiling these documents?
Why is the Office of the Governor -- on the taxpayer's dime -- tracking election results?
As for the third picture, what exactly is the public interest, the nonpartisan interest, in the Office of the Governor tracking vote totals for candidates divided by party?
Why is the Office of the Governor tracking voter turnout?
The vast majority of responsive documents are still not being released. The litigation is ongoing. The docket number for the case of Serringer v. Office of the Governor is MER-L-00563-14.
I argue that the release of even a tiny fraction of public documents acts as a State admission that the requested documents are disclosable under OPRA as public documents. The question now remains as to why the remainder -- which can be substantial -- are being kept from public view.
The content of the pages pictured above may give a clue as to the answer.
More to come....