2016 Presidential NH Election Voter Fraud Report Finds Over 5000 Voters Did Not Use State Drivers License

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While it’s almost a year after the presidential election, New Hampshire Republican House Speaker Shawn Jasper issued findings on possible voter fraud.

More than 6,000 individuals used out of state driver’s licenses to register to vote and records show a small percent subsequently obtained a New Hampshire state issued driver’s license or vehicle registration. As a result, there are up to 5,313 questionable voters.

The Washington Times reports:

The numbers read this way:

6,540 people voted using out-of-state licenses

As of Aug. 30, 1014, about 15 percent had been issued N.H. driver’s licenses.

Of the remaining 5,526, only 3.3 percent had registered a motor vehicle in New Hampshire.

Over 80 percent, 5,313, who used non-N.H. driver’s licenses, had neither a state licenses nor had registered a motor vehicle.

Vice President Mike Pence is leading a special commission to investigate.

 

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