New Hampshire Voter Admits Voter Fraud? Cast Second Ballot Out-of-State

The point here is how easy it is to vote in two states. As long as the voting rolls aren’t cleaned up, this kind of thing will continue. This man knew he broke the law.

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4 Responses to New Hampshire Voter Admits Voter Fraud? Cast Second Ballot Out-of-State

  1. czarowniczy says:

    This has also been going on in Florida foe decades. The DHS systems are supposed to make it harder for folks to get and maintain DLs in more than one state but if you believe that I have some Arkansas riverfront vacation home site land I’ll sell ya.

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  2. hocuspocus13 says:

    By any chance are these the very same voter rolls Nielsen former DHS was to clean up prior to 2018 MidTerms?

    By forgot to do so…?

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    • stella says:

      I think it is up to each state to do that, and I imagine that some are not very cooperative.

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      • michellc says:

        Oklahoma is doing this new thing if you haven’t voted in I think 8 years they will remove you from the rolls, people are having a fit over that.
        Of course that isn’t going to stop someone from voting in another state.

        It took me forever once I learned they had me registered at two different addresses to get them to remove me from the previous address. If I had wanted to break the law and vote in two different counties I could have.

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