Authorities in New Hampshire are investigating hundreds of potential voting fraud cases based on data showing that at least 458 people may have lied about their residency when casting their vote in the 2016 presidential election.
On election day last year, a total 5,903 people voted in New Hampshire using an ID from other states, which is permitted by state law. However, that law requires those without a New Hampshire ID to produce evidence of domicile in the state, notes NH1.
Following up on the votes casted with proof of out-of-state IDs, the NH Secretary of State sent out “6,033 letters to voters with no proof of domicile and so far 458 of the letters have bounced back as undeliverable – a clear sign those who filled them out lied,” suggests the American Mirror.
Additionally, the NH Secretary of State’s office sent out another 764 letters to “voters who cast a ballot without a satisfactory photo identification” in this past presidential election. There has yet to be confirmation on how many of those letters bounced back as undeliverable.