A new report shows that 6,500 people who lived out of state registered to vote in New Hampshire on Election Day 2016.
In the ten months since, few of those thousands of voters registered a vehicle or applied for a state license.
New Hampshire residents who kept forgetting to register to vote, all the way up to election day, can still cast their ballots. New Hampshire is one of 15 states that allow same-day voter registration.
New Hampshire has a “non-strict non-photo ID” voter law, meaning other methods of validation can be allowed at the polls.
Poll workers will even take out-of-state driver’s licenses. Those who claim they’re U.S. citizens who live in the state get to vote. It’s easier than getting a library card.
New Hampshire House Speaker Shawn Jasper reviewed facts that seem to indicate voter fraud in New Hampshire.
The Washington Times reports:
6,540 people registered and voted on Nov. 8, based on presenting out-of-state licenses.
⦁ As of Aug. 30, about 15 percent (1,014 of the voters) had been issued New Hampshire driver’s licenses.
⦁ Οf the remaining 5,526, barely more than 200 (3.3 percent) had registered a motor vehicle in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire law gives drivers 60 days upon establishing residence to obtain a state license.
But more than 80 percent of voters who registered on Nov. 8 using out-of-state driver’s licenses, or 5,313 of them, neither had a state license nor registered a motor vehicle almost 10 months later.
[…] In the presidential race, Democrat Hillary Clinton defeated Republican Donald Trump in New Hampshire by 2,736 votes.
The election of Maggie Hassan, who defeated Republican Senator Kelly Ayotte was even closer. Hasson won by just 1,017 votes.
It makes little sense that nearly all of the 6,540 same-day voters who presented out-of-state drivers licenses in New Hampshire would fall off the map.
The 5,313 whose actual residency New Hampshire is questionable would have been more than enough to sway the election for Ayotte.
The Washington Times continues:
Logan Churchwell, spokesman for Public Interest Legal Foundation, which investigates voter fraud, said Mr. Jasper’s numbers bolster his group’s findings that many people vote in New Hampshire without proof of residence.
“We’ve known for months that more voters cast ballots without any proof of actually living in New Hampshire than the differentials for either federal contest there in 2016,” he said. “Now it looks like they were back in Boston in time to watch the election returns that evening. The left-wing groups suing to block new proof-of-residence laws for same-day voter registration are really proving what drives them to the courthouse.”
Project Veritas, a conservative investigative unit, took hidden cameras to New Hampshire for the 2016 February primary.
Poll workers told Veritas operatives that they did not need to live in the state to vote, that they could use a Massachusetts driver’s license and that they could fill out a form if they had no ID.
“If you’re here today, you can vote and be gone,” one poll official unwittingly told Veritas.
A spokesman for Mr. Jasper said the speaker was presenting raw data and did not know which states issued the 6,540 licenses and acknowledged that the numbers could include some college students.
In February, while meeting with senators at the White House, Mr. Trump said he lost New Hampshire because thousands of Massachusetts residents crossed state lines to vote. He also said Ms. Ayotte lost for the same reason: illegal voting.
Liberals rejected President Trump’s claim, but now there’s clear evidence that he may be right.
Ten months seems like plenty of time, but we’ll see many of those New Hampshire “residents” never do show up on the map.