78 cases of potential voter fraud under investigation
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The New Hampshire attorney general’s office says it is investigating or reviewing 78 cases of potential voter fraud that emerged after the November 2016 general election.
WMUR-TV reports office spokesperson Kate Spiner said Tuesday 61 of the 78 cases are potential double-voting issues that appeared through the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck program.
Spiner says they have received 38 complaints of wrongful voting in addition to the Crosscheck cases.