In the November 2016 election, 6,540 voters used out-of-state driver licenses to cast ballots via New Hampshire’s lax same-day voter registration law.
Of those, 5,313 neither registered a vehicle in New Hampshire nor obtained a New Hampshire driver’s license by the state’s deadline for new residents.
Consider these facts:
- The most likely individuals to go to New Hampshire to vote illegally are those who are closest to New Hampshire.
- All of the states surrounding New Hampshire are Democrat strongholds.
- Democrat Maggie Hassan beat Republican incumbent Kelly Ayotte for the Senate seat by only 1,017 votes in November 2016.
- 5,313 fraudulent votes were cast in New Hampshire in November 2016.
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