Project Veritas won’t face criminal charges over video where NH man admits voting twice in 2018
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The Attorney General’s office says criminal charges will not be brought against the political activist organization Project Veritas and its leader, James O’Keefe, following an investigation into the recording of a video published online of an Atkinson man admitting to double voting in 2018.
The Attorney General’s office subpoenaed O’Keefe in April. O’Keefe said in an April interview a criminal investigator handed him the subpoena after he met with representatives from the Attorney General’s office to share evidence about a 77-year-old Atkinson man who admitted to accidentally voting twice in the 2018 election.