Madison man, 80, latest to be charged with voting twice in 2016 election
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An 80-year-old resident of Madison has been charged with voting in more than one state in the last presidential election, New Hampshire authorities announced Wednesday.
Charles Eugene Cartier Jr., 80, is the third elderly person and fifth person overall to face voter fraud charges stemming from the Voter Crosscheck Program, a multi-state database that compares voter information in different states to detect double voting. Dozens remain under investigation, all involving the 2016 presidential election, according to officials.