Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Kansas secretary of state backs the White House: New Hampshire Senate race that swung on 1,017-vote margin may have been decided by 6,000 out-of-state voters

Via Billy

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach said Monday that on Election Day, 6,000 people with out-of-state drivers licenses registered to vote in New Hampshire – creating a real possibility of fraud in a U.S. Senate race that was decided by a 1,017-vote margin 

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach said Monday that 6,000 people registered to vote on Election Day in New Hampshire using out-of-state ID

Kobach leads a 30-state project that compares voter registrations to root out corruption and clear voter rolls of obsolete and ineligible entries

 White House senior aide Stephen Miller claimed Sunday that 'thousands' of people actually voted illegally in New Hampshire last year

 The U.S. Senate race in the Granite State was decided by just 1,017 votes, with a Democratic challenger unseating a Republican incumbent

 CNN interviewed Kobach about his evidence over a graphic that read: 'Zero evidence to support Trump voter fraud claims'

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