During a presentation to the state’s Ballot Law Commission on Tuesday, election officials said that 6,033 of the 86,952 people who voted on Election Day did not present a photo ID and signed an affidavit that they were eligible to vote in New Hampshire, according to WMUR. Of those 6,033, the state secretary of state’s office verified that all except for 458 were legitimate voters, WMUR reported. The state attorney general investigated those 458 cases and verified they were eligible voters in all but 66 cases. … [Read more...] about New Hampshire Dug Deep Into Allegations Of Widespread Voter Fraud. It Found Very Little.
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Kelly, a former state senator, is seeking to follow Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan, both of whom became governor after stints in the state senate. … [Read more...] about The Latest: Long lines at New Hampshire polls
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Biden was the first candidate to speak and focused his remarks on Trump, saying the president has "unleashed the deepest, darkest forces in this nation." He added: "We cannot, and I will not, let this man be re-elected president of the United States of America." … [Read more...] about In New Hampshire, 2020 Dems Urge Voters to Not Play It Safe
Nineteen candidates — mayors, representatives, senators, businessmen, a governor, and a spiritual guru — are scheduled to speak inside a 12,000-person arena. While there, they might ask what exactly they need to do to win the state’s first-in-the-nation primary in February. … [Read more...] about This time, the road to New Hampshire might run through Iowa