A former Arkansas lawmaker serving on the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity died Monday in Little Rock. David Dunn, a lifelong Democrat from Forrest City who served three terms in the state House of Representatives, died at CHI St. Vincent Infirmary in Little Rock while undergoing surgery to fix an aortic aneurysm, friends said. He was 52 years old. Dunn, who grew up in Pine Bluff, was a former executive director of the Forrest City Chamber of Commerce. After serving in the General Assembly from 2005-11, he co-founded Capitol Partners, a Little Rock lobbying firm.
… Ignoring calls by some liberals for a Democratic boycott of the process, Dunn agreed in June to serve on the commission, saying he would seek the truth.
When he was bombarded with emails criticizing his decision, he politely responded, friends said.
“Anything that calls into question the integrity of this [election] process undermines the entire democratic system,” he told Vice President Mike Pence and the rest of the commission when the panel met for the first time on July 19. “I hope that the activities of this bipartisan commission are completely transparent and public. It’s important that our work be conducted with the highest level of integrity, and that a variety of views can be expressed and considered.”
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