Election chaos is revealed in New Hampshire after a report on registration data from 2016 has been released by a state legislative leader.
Washington Examiner reported:
More than 6,500 people registered to vote in New Hampshire on Nov. 8 using out-of-state driver’s licenses, and since then the vast majority have neither obtained an in-state license nor registered a motor vehicle.
Conservatives say the state’s same-day registration is an invitation for fraud because of loose proof-of-residence rules.
New Hampshire House Speaker Shawn Jasper, a Republican, issued the numbers Thursday based on inquiries he made to the Department of State, which oversees elections, and the Department of Safety.
The Washington Examiner report continues and with a break-out of the data:
- 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.
The report goes on to say that the law in New Hampshire gives drivers 60 days after establishing residence to obtain a state driver’s license, yet voters who registered on Nov. 8 using out-of-state driver’s licenses, 5,313 of them, “neither had a state license nor registered a motor vehicle almost 10 months later.”
The Washington Examiner says that 196 people under investigation for casting ballots in New Hampshire and in other states.
Election Chaos – Tipping Major Elections
J. Christian Adams of PJ Media comments on the election chaos, noting that these out-of-state voters easily could have tipped the Presidential and Governor races in the state.
Of those 6,000, only 1,014 have ever obtained New Hampshire driver’s licenses. Of the 5,526 voters who never obtained a New Hampshire driver’s license, a mere three percent have registered a vehicle in New Hampshire.
The Public Interest Legal Foundation received information that 70 percent of the same-day registrants used out-of-state photo ID to vote in the 2016 presidential election in New Hampshire and to utilize same-day registration.
Clinton only won by around 2,700 votes. Incumbent Governor Maggie Hassan only edged out Kelly Ayotte by 1,017 votes. In both cases, those 5,000+ out-of-state registrants would have had an impact on the outcome.
As a result of this news, Project Veritas’ video that uncovered out-of-state voters being encouraged to register and vote in New Hampshire is getting renewed play.
Voter Registration Issues Documented in North Carolina
In North Carolina during the 2016 election, 100,258 people used same day registration in order to vote. In 2012, that number was 97,100. In 2008, same day registrations totaled 103,535.
Data shows that the bulk of NC’s 2016 same day registrations were in the college age range group of 18-24 with 28% of same day registrants.
American Lens reported back in January that college students were being allowed to skirt state law and were given a special dispensation when it came to voter registration.
Our examination of same-day student registrations revealed that 240 students at Duke University were living at ‘1 Duke University Road, Durham.’ That address turned out to be a gravel parking lot.
At North Carolina Central University (NCCU), 340 students were registered to the college’s generic address of 1801 Fayetteville Road, Durham, NC.
Many of these student registrations, if not most, were of the same day variety.