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15 September 2017, 12:44 | Kara Nash
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He is also a paid columnist for Breitbart, recently alleging that thousands of out-of-state voters cast ballots in New Hampshire, tipping the 2016 results to Hillary Clinton.
Gardner pointed to New Hampshire's role in the founding of the nation, saying that "we hold the first-in-the-nation primary, and we have a proud tradition of civic participation and responsibility".
Also Tuesday, a Nashua judge struck down parts of new voting law backed by the Republican legislature and governor aimed at cracking down on out-of-state voters. Indeed, the commission could use the data to create a national voter database for the first time in USA history, and it could be used to unlawfully purge voters with identical names and birth dates.
He had two reasons for developing the voter fraud narrative, neither of which have anything to do with concern about the integrity of our elections.
Chris Moore wrote of his mother, Maxine E. Moore, who at age 96 was in the "memory care" unit of an assisted living facility in Broward County, Florida.
Ayotte lost to Hassan by just over 1,000 votes out of almost three-quarters of a million ballots cast. "The system must be improved, and it's easy to do it", said J. Christian Adams, president of the Public Interest Legal Foundation and one of the members of the voter commission.
The New Hampshire Supreme Court has upheld this interpretation. Some 10 percent of those ended up casting ballots, the study found. "The Federal requirement for information on OR voters said, 'We would like to have whatever information you legally can disclose and that you give to anybody else, ' and they've committed to us that personal information will not be disclosed, so we just complied with the law while protecting the privacy of OR voters".
- Enact a law that makes it a felony to hack to a person or organization to "hack" any voting machine, system or e-poll book or other voting apparatus. It could be taking a hard look at how to encourage states to explore virtually hack-proof vote-by-mail systems like the one OR uses. But the more plausible explanation is that a number of those individuals either just moved to New Hampshire and never got cars, or came to the state for college - and they showed out in droves to vote. That means they now live in the state and intent to stay for a definite period of time. "This Commission, and we as a people, should be expanding the rights of our citizens to vote, instead of arguably looking for ways to keep people from voting", he stated in his report. Opponents have characterized the proposals as acts of clandestine voter suppression.
Mr. Trump, meanwhile, has posited - without firm proof - that some 3 million fraudulent votes were cast for Mrs. Clinton, giving her the popular vote majority.
"Today's meeting makes it clear that the real objective of President Trump's sham voter commission is to the lay the foundation for voter suppression efforts", said Sewell stated in a press release Tuesday afternoon. Last week, for example, the panel's co-chair, voter-suppression pioneer Kris Kobach, claimed to have uncovered "proof" of systemic fraud in New Hampshire - claims that were quickly discredited as transparent nonsense. But they're stepping up toward changing policy at home first.
A half-dozen legal challenges have been filed against the commission, which already has had to apologize for not being more transparent in its obligations under open-records laws.
Seven Republicans and five Democrats sit on the commission.
"I don't have a problem serving on a commission with people who I might disagree with", Gardner told Fox News.
Under the local law, he notes, "a new resident has 60 days to obtain a New Hampshire driver's license".
Meanwhile, public comments continue to pour in, with opponents of the commission dominating. Three of the letters sought information on specific commission activities.
Also in the mix are forceful objections such as the one from Robb Paulak, who identified himself as a veteran, teacher and USA citizen, and told commissioners they were on a "witch hunt".
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