Windham, NH – In light of the Verified Voting letter that went viral yesterday, I believe it is appropriate for the Windham Board of Selectman to make a motion of reconsideration regarding the selection of Mark Lindeman as the town’s designee for the pending forensic audit of the town’s voting machines and cast ballots from the November election as defined in SB43.
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At this point in time, it is clear that Mr. Lindeman has a conflict of interest representing Windham’s and NH’s citizens as a forensic auditor. He is a signatory of a letter that was sent to AZ Senate President Karen Fann, expressing opposition to the election audit that is currently taking place in Arizona, where 2.1 Million ballots are being inspected. Mr. Lindeman signed the letter as a representative of Verified Voting.
I believe my colleagues on the Board have made a mistake and must have an opportunity to correct it immediately. Time is of the essence, as SB43 mandates the forensic audit be completed within 45 days of the passage of the Bill.
It is with this serious set of circumstances in mind that I am compelled to respectfully request that my fellow Board Members reconsider their vote for Mark Lindeman at our next meeting on May 3rd. Due to the level of public interest, I believe that a meeting should be held at the Windham High School in order to have ample space for Windham residents who wish to voice their wishes, that we as a body have an obligation to represent.
Selectman Bruce R. Breton