Monday, September 11, 2017

The old vote scam in the mountains: Data from New Hampshire shows how fraud at the ballot box is alive and well

Via  Billy

In this Nov. 4, 2015 photo, New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner watches, left, as Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump fills out his papers to be on the nation's earliest presidential primary ballot at The Secretary of State's office in Concord, N.H. Gardner said Friday, Sept. 8, 2017, that he will remain on the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity though he disagrees with voter fraud allegations made by the panel's vice chairman about his state.  (AP Photo/Jim Cole, File)


Here are some connect-the-dot facts:

The New Hampshire-Massachusetts border is a mere 40-minute drive for civic-minded progressives in Boston. The Granite State has same-day registration, which means you can register to vote and then cast a ballot on the same day.

New Hampshire is where the nation’s first presidential primary is held every four years.
In 2014 and 2016, the state attorney general, Democrat Joe Foster, issued a memo to local election officials warning them that they were not to turn away anyone who wanted to vote.

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