Charge says man wasn’t qualified to vote in New Hampshire
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A Florida man has been accused of voting in New Hampshire on Election Day in November 2016.
Attorney General Gordon MacDonald said 45-year-old Michael L. Lewis, of Miami, was indicted by a Merrimack County grand jury last week.
The indictment alleges that Lewis voted for an office or measure by casting a ballot in Hooksett, New Hampshire in 2016. It also alleges that Lewis wasn’t qualified to vote there because he wasn’t domiciled there for voting purposes.