“Michael Lewis” has been charged for illegally voting in New Hampshire in 2016. He was caught after being arrested afterward without a license and giving a Florida address. Mr. Lewis also voted in Florida and Georgia in 2016. His actual residence is a two bedroom home with 12 (alleged) residents in Georgia. He picked NH—a state where he could walk up and vote with no ID. He’s not the only one. Hawk-eyed NH anti-fraud activist Ed Naile may have poked the tip of a fraud iceberg with a sharp stick.
A Rockingham County jury has found Atkinson resident Robert Bell [...]
8/9: New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu vetoed a bipartisan bill that would have created an independent commission to handle all redistricting for the state.
8/1: Out-of-state college students are challenging New Hampshire's voter residency law.
7/29: New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu vetoed two democratic-backed bills that sought to repeal voting restrictions.
7/13: New Hampshire Governor Christopher Sununu vetoed a bill that would have allowed Democrats to access the state's voter database.
6/19: Charles Eugene Cartier Jr. was arrested for voting twice in the 2016 Presidential elections.
5/30: Democrats in the New Hampshire Legislature are working to undo voter registration and absentee ballot regulations placed by Republicans concerned about maintaining election integrity.
4/20: A 77-year-old man was arrested in New Hampshire, charged with casting a ballot in New Hampshire and Florida during the midterm elections.
4/12: Project Veritas tracked down a man who cast ballots in New Hampshire and Florida, proving yet again that voter fraud is a major problem in America.