NH Attorney General’s Office reviewing, investigating 78 cases of potential voter fraud
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The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office says it has under review or investigation 78 cases of potential voter fraud that have surfaced since the November 2016 general election, while 21 cases have been closed as unfounded, a spokesperson said Tuesday.
Kate Spiner, the office’s communications director, said that 61 of the 78 cases have been generated by potential double-voting issues prompted by the state’s participation in the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck program. That controversial program is aimed at preventing voter fraud by identifying duplicate voter registrations among records voluntarily provided by participating states.