CONCORD — The eight members of the Special Committee on Voter Confidence clearly agreed on at least one thing Wednesday: their final report still isn't quite finished.

Richard Swett, the committee's Democratic co-chair, had said two weeks earlier that the group could reach the finish line at this meeting. But his optimistic timetable faded as members filled their four-hour workshop with at-times zigzagging discussion that reconciled differences of opinion but also recognized a possibility that they might not reach a full consensus in the end.

A few members discussed a hypothetical scenario in which individuals might add their own comments to the report to express disagreement with decisions made by the rest of the committee, then Swett nudged the group to focus first on their plentiful points of agreement.

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