I attended the live-stream meeting with Bob Giuda and Harri Hursti, the tech guru and self-proclaimed hacker responsible for the “forensic” audit of the voting machines used in Windham.
When the integrity of NH elections are questioned… there should be no compromises made regarding transparency when seeking answers. None. Election integrity issues should be resolved in an open, public process for all to observe. Unfortunately, it appears the Windham Board of Selectmen do not agree.
We learned that it took us a full day from 9am to 7pm to get through 51 House bills recommended as Ought To Pass (OTP) by their respective committees. They were from Criminal Justice (5), Education (12), Election Law (10), Executive Departments and Administration (8), Health Human and Elderly Services (8), and Judiciary (8).
The New Hampshire House is back to work this week, and they have a lot of legislation to address. The Democrats are expected to delay delay delay and drag the session out into the wee hours – there’s a lot of stuff they lack the votes to stop, so parliamentary hijinks are the order of …
On March 8th, the Election Law committee voted 11-9 to ITL HB-491. HB-491 should get another look before the House kills it next week. This bill would require that the AccuVote machines be programmed to return the ballot to the voter if it reads an overvote (voting for more candidates than will be elected).