Official Says VOTER FRAUD May Have Altered Election Outcome In New Hampshire Senate Race

Official Says Voter Fraud Could Have Swayed Senate Race

The Daily Mail is reporting that the Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach said on Monday that 6,000 people registered to vote in the State of New Hampshire using out-of-state IDs.

This is very significant because the race in New Hampshire was decided by a 1,017-vote margin. While registering to vote in another state is not a crime actually voting in another state is a crime. While officials are still looking into the situation in New Hampshire it is worth noting that voters would not register to vote somewhere if they didn’t intend to vote.

From The Daily Mail:

The Kansas official in charge of a multi-state voter registration ‘crosscheck’ program said Monday that on Election Day, 6,000 people registered to vote in New Hampshire using drivers licenses from other states.

…That, Kris Kobach told CNN, supports the White House’s contention that America’s voting system suffers great enough incidence of fraud to swing an election….

New Hampshire Democratic Sen. Maggie Hassan unseated Republican incumbent Kelly Ayotte in November by just 1,017 votes, out of more than 707,000 cast…

‘New Hampshire is a same-day registration state. And on election day, Nov. 8, 2016, 6,000 people registered in New Hampshire using an out-of-state driver’s license as their form of identification,’ he said. 

After his interview with CNN, Kobach tweeted out “This image shows proof of @CNN bias. They run text below my picture claiming my statements are false. So much for letting the viewer decide.”

Hat Tip: Nick

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