New Hampshire flags 142 cases of potential voter fraud

Mar 2012
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New Hampshire
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Not the "thousands" that were alleged.

Fewer than 150 of the nearly 95,000 New Hampshire names flagged by a multistate voter registration database represent cases of possible fraud, the secretary of state said Tuesday.

The Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program is aimed at preventing voter fraud by identifying duplicate voter registration records among those voluntarily provided by states. New Hampshire was among 28 participants last year, though some states have dropped out or are re-evaluating the program amid criticism that it results in false matches and doesn’t properly protect personal information.

After the 2016 general election, the system flagged 94,610 New Hampshire voters whose first and last names and dates of birth matched those in other states. That amounts to about 1 in 9 voters, but officials eliminated all but 142 of the matches after taking a closer look at middle names and other information, including the marked checklists maintained by poll workers. The review follows President Donald Trump’s claim that he lost New Hampshire only because “thousands” of people came by bus to vote against him.

N.H. database flags 142 possible voter fraud cases, not Trump?s ?thousands?
 
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Jan 2007
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#2
Not the "thousands" that were alleged.

Fewer than 150 of the nearly 95,000 New Hampshire names flagged by a multistate voter registration database represent cases of possible fraud, the secretary of state said Tuesday.

The Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program is aimed at preventing voter fraud by identifying duplicate voter registration records among those voluntarily provided by states. New Hampshire was among 28 participants last year, though some states have dropped out or are re-evaluating the program amid criticism that it results in false matches and doesn’t properly protect personal information.

After the 2016 general election, the system flagged 94,610 New Hampshire voters whose first and last names and dates of birth matched those in other states. That amounts to about 1 in 9 voters, but officials eliminated all but 142 of the matches after taking a closer look at middle names and other information, including the marked checklists maintained by poll workers. The review follows President Donald Trump’s claim that he lost New Hampshire only because “thousands” of people came by bus to vote against him.

N.H. database flags 142 possible voter fraud cases, not Trump?s ?thousands?
New Hampshire is a small state, what do you suppose California has?
 
Jul 2013
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Nashville, TN
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New Hampshire is a small state, what do you suppose California has?
They would have needed millions to change the state from blue to red, the question comes to mind, why bother, it is not like California was in play. Remember this 142 cases are just "possible" not proven fraudulent.
 
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Jul 2014
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Border Fence
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New Hampshire is a small state, what do you suppose California has?
Do you know what duplicate voter registration means?

My aunt lives in Michigan and owns a home in Texas. In Summer, they are in MI, in winter TX.

She pays property taxes in Tx. Why should she not vote

I can not promise my aunt did not vote in Tx and fly to MI to vote again, but I doubt it.

there should be a way to make sure these kinds of voters only vote once in national elections. But for everything down ballot, I dont see why not.

She's kinda conservative...maybe she got Trump elected.
 
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Mar 2012
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New Hampshire
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Do you know what duplicate voter registration means?

My aunt lives in Michigan and owns a home in Texas. In Summer, they are in MI, in winter TX.

She pays property taxes in Tx. Why should she not vote
What makes NH interesting is one could get a PO box here and be considered a resident. People did it for decades because we have no income or sales tax which means if you want to buy a car, having that PO box saves you tons of money on the sales tax.. So it was done to avoid taxes, registration fees and such in neighboring states.
 
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Voter fraud is massive and conducted, encouraged, facilitated by the Democrats. To include the votes of millions of illegals, the dead, the double votes, and the made up. shame on the Democrats and those that think this is appropriate and funny.
 
Feb 2007
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Voter fraud is massive and conducted, encouraged, facilitated by the Democrats. To include the votes of millions of illegals, the dead, the double votes, and the made up. shame on the Democrats and those that think this is appropriate and funny.
By all means, provide a shred of evidence for that totally made up contention.
 
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Jul 2015
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Florida
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Not the "thousands" that were alleged.

Fewer than 150 of the nearly 95,000 New Hampshire names flagged by a multistate voter registration database represent cases of possible fraud, the secretary of state said Tuesday.

The Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program is aimed at preventing voter fraud by identifying duplicate voter registration records among those voluntarily provided by states. New Hampshire was among 28 participants last year, though some states have dropped out or are re-evaluating the program amid criticism that it results in false matches and doesn’t properly protect personal information.

After the 2016 general election, the system flagged 94,610 New Hampshire voters whose first and last names and dates of birth matched those in other states. That amounts to about 1 in 9 voters, but officials eliminated all but 142 of the matches after taking a closer look at middle names and other information, including the marked checklists maintained by poll workers. The review follows President Donald Trump’s claim that he lost New Hampshire only because “thousands” of people came by bus to vote against him.

N.H. database flags 142 possible voter fraud cases, not Trump?s ?thousands?
And none of them had their votes count, right? Which means the SYSTEM WORKED.