This MUST change
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DENVER — Theresa VanDerhoof has spent the past 14 years avoiding her violent ex-husband.
“He`s thrown me down the stairs, he`s punched me so hard that it`s broken ribs,” said VanDerhoof, adding, “He’d put notes on my car. He would follow me, he`d figure out where I was.”
Even now, Vanderhoof sleeps with mace under her pillow and every few months she Googles herself, to make sure her address and phone number don’t appear online.
Her stomach sank three weeks ago when she discovered all her personal information on the website “ColoradoVoters.Info.”
“I`ve never felt that violated in all my life. My information is out there now, my ex-husband does one search of my name, he`s going to find me,” said VandDerhoof.
The Denver area woman never guessed that registering to vote for the first time in more than a decade would make her feel…
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