EAST DERRY, N.H.—As expected, Attorney General John Formella’s memo released today supports Gov. Sununu’s position that accepting $27 million in federal funds includes “boilerplate language” that does not require New Hampshire to do anything unordinary.
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).
A one-sentence bill to make our Statewide Voter Database Public (HB551) met with little enthusiasm during the zoom meeting on February 12th. My guess is they are not worried about the poor overburdened AG’s Office Elections Unit. You know, the public servants who will never test the failed Dominion AccuVote OS machines for tampering.