The letter listed some of her neighbors and told her if they voted in the past two presidential elections.
"Why are you notifying all my neighbors of my voting history?" the woman asked. "Why are you letting me know their voting history?"
The information is a matter of public record and the letters are legal. What's not a matter of public record is showing who you voted for. The group claims they were sent out simply to encourage people to vote.
"I think if they were encouraging that would be one thing, but this is almost like coercion," she added.
"It's ridiculous," said Russ Gentry. "I just think that it's nobody's business whether someone voted or not."
Gentry lives next door and didn't get the mailer. Though he believes it shouldn't have been sent out, he doesn't care if his neighbors know if he's going to the polls.
"I don't want anybody knowing who I voted for, but the fact that I voted that's here nor there that's fine," Gentry added.
Similar letters went out to voters in 19 states.
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