CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire’s Secretary of State, a member of President Donald Trump’s election fraud commission, says the panel is meeting in the state next month.

William Gardner tells WMUR-TV ( ) the meeting, the group’s first one outside of Washington, is scheduled for Sept. 12. It wasn’t immediately known if Trump would attend the meeting at Saint Anselm College.

In June, the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity requested any records considered public by states, including driver’s license numbers and partial Social Security numbers, though no state is supplying every item on the list. In New Hampshire, two lawmakers and a civil liberties group sued Gardner to block him from sending names, addresses, party affiliation and history of voting.

Under an agreement reached this month, New Hampshire will send millions of scanned, unsearchable images of voter data to the commission.

Information from: WMUR-TV,