At least 5,300 of those voters:
- Can’t legally register their dog in New Hampshire.
- May not legally obtain a NH hunting license.
- None of those “voters” are qualified to be called for jury duty in the Granite State.
- Are paying out-of-state college tuition at NH State Colleges because they cannot legally sign the domicile statement on the NH Resident Tuition Form.
The same number used an out-of-state driver’s license as identification to help NH elect candidates.
A US Senate was determined by 1,017 votes in November 2016.
The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office’s, Anne Edwards, recent voter fraud investigation found a “handful” of illegal voters.
The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office has approximately 14,000 returned, uninvestigated, same-day voter envelopes still sitting in their office from 2012 and 2014.
When New Hampshire loses the First in the Nation Presidential Primary, this will be a major reason why.