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Kobach and his 5313 fraudulent voters

15 September 2017

Gardner, a Democrat, pushed back on Kobach's claims, saying, "what you wrote is that the question of whether our elections that we have recorded is real and valid".

Gardner blasted Kobach for arriving with "preconceived, preordained ideas about what the facts are going to turn out to be". At a meeting of the election panel Tuesday in New Hampshire, Kobach said he might have chosen the wrong word. "And it is real and valid", Gardner told Kobach as a small audience applauded Gardner's comment.

Some, particularly Democrats, have been critical of the commission, claiming that the President formed it to bolster his claims that if not for voter fraud he would have won the popular vote during November's general election. In and of itself, that doesn't prove that any fraud occurred - theoretically, each of those individuals could have been someone who recently moved to the State and had not yet had time to get a New Hampshire driver's license.

Under the local law, he notes, "a new resident has 60 days to obtain a New Hampshire driver's license".

The former DNC chair has major concerns about the Kris Kobach-led effort and about a new law in New Hampshire that could restrict the student vote.

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The Washington Post points out that he failed to account for one group of voters that has a reason to hold out of state licenses: college students in New Hampshire who attend from out of state.

Kobach acknowledged that the issue was "complicated" and said more research needed to be done. In his debut column, Kobach said Hassan's victory in the contest for a New Hampshire seat in the Senate - and perhaps Clinton's narrow win in the state - likely were the result of voter fraud. In the battleground state, these votes would have been enough to determine a key 2016 election.

"Democrats have always been concerned about voter suppression, but they have long lauded the background check system on guns", Lott said. Another suggested using the same background checks required in gun purchases for voter registration.

Election experts both in the room and watching via livestream, meanwhile, pointed out that some presenters' credentials were dubious and their conclusions have already been debunked.

"New Hampshire people aren't accustomed to walking away or stepping down from their civic duty".

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Temple noted that the attorney general represented on the record, and Assistant Secretary of State David Scanlon represented in his affidavit, that the Secretary of State's Office will make good-faith efforts to ensure that voters are properly informed of SB3's requirements at Tuesday's election."This should include the fact that there are now no penalties, pursuant to this order, for failing to return any documents in connection with same-day voter registration". His statement said: "The Secretary of State's office will provide the Election Integrity Commission with public information and will protect the private information of Texas citizens while working to maintain the security and integrity of our state's elections system". The Pence-Kobach commission has other designs, and I urge Granite Staters, and people throughout the nation, to be vigilant.

In the weeks that followed, Trump named five Democrats to the 12-member commission. The first time the Internet is used is when they're actually turning in the count on the various races on election night.

Dunlap, former head of the Sportsman's Alliance of ME, also challenged a proposal from gun rights activist John Lott to apply the firearms background check system to voter registration. "And I will not, either".

President Donald Trump in February told a group of senators that he lost New Hampshire because thousands of MA residents crossed state lines to vote. So Democrats on the panel are preparing rebuttals themselves. Mark Annotti, a deportation officer at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said he has encountered thousands of immigrants during his service in Boston and Florida and regularly asks them whom they voted for in the latest election. And it also includes expanding access to early voting, something that New Hampshire has unfortunately restricted, but that has clearly proven to increase participation in elections in other states. "This risks disenfranchising eligible voters and undermining faith in our democracy".

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Kobach and his 5313 fraudulent voters