Are Out-Of-State Voters Determining NH Elections?

Yesterday, a report was released that there were over 6,500 voters in the 2016 election who used out-of-state driver’s licenses to vote in New Hampshire. Of that number of voters, over 5,300 had not established residency in the state by getting a New Hampshire driver’s license as of August 31, 2017.

It’s actually state law that if you move to the state with the intent on staying in the state, you must give up your former driver’s license and get a New Hampshire driver’s license within 60 days. The 5,300 who voted with out-of-state drivers’ licenses in the 2016 election never established residency. Either they weren’t ever going to establish residency or they broke the law.

What this means is what many in the Granite State have witnessed and long been fighting against – “drive-by” out-of-state voters are voting by the thousands and stealing the votes of actual New Hampshire residents.

It was Speaker of the New Hampshire House, Shawn Jasper, who requested the information from the Secretary of State and Department of Safety. Earlier in the day yesterday, the house released the following information:

Among the information provided by the departments are the following statistics:

6540 individuals registered to vote on November 8th, 2016 using an out-of-state driver’s license.

As of August 30th, 2017, only 1014 (15.5%) of those voters had been issued a New Hampshire driver’s license.

As of August 31, 2017, of the remaining 5526 individuals, only 3.3% had registered a motor vehicle in New Hampshire.

As of August 31, 2017, 5313 (81.2%) of the individuals who used an out-of-state driver’s license had neither held a New Hampshire driver’s license nor had registered a vehicle in New Hampshire.

196 names on the checklist are being investigated as possibly having voted in New Hampshire and one other state.

In a state where Hillary Clinton only won by 2,700 votes; Maggie Hassan only won her senate seat by a little over 1,000 votes and some local races were literally won by only a few votes, this proves the point that New Hampshire indeed has an issue with drive-by voters.

For years, many Republicans have been trying to shore up the voter laws because of these issues and they are supported by a majority of actual voters in the state. Democrats do everything possible to destroy voter integrity in New Hampshire and have out-of-state organizations helping spread false information and lies in order to deceive residents.

Democrats and the media continually try to tell Granite Staters that drive-by voting doesn’t exist but the evidence is loud and clear based on the latest release of information. This is nothing new to actual New Hampshire residents who, like a majority of Americans, don’t believe there is “honesty in elections.”

Will elected officials and election officials finally start taking voters seriously or will they make up excuses and continue to allow out-of-state voters to determine election outcomes in the Granite State? It probably depends on their party affiliation.

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