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09-10-2017 9:18 am - The Horn News
New Hampshire’s Republican House Speaker Shawn Jasper may have uncovered the biggest political bombshell in American history.

Thursday, Jasper questioned data about the driver’s license and voter registration he’d previously requested from the state — and it suggests that thousands of out-of-state voters in November may have illegally cast ballots that tipped the Granite State in favor of Hillary Clinton.

Jasper last month asked the Department of Safety and the Secretary of State’s office to compile statistics about voter registration, driver’s licenses and vehicle registration to aid lawmakers considering election law changes.

The response he received Wednesday and made public Thursday shows 6,540 people registered to vote on Election Day in November using out-of-state licenses.

As of this month, only 15 percent of these voters — just over 1,000 — had New Hampshire licenses.

“The new figures could potentially call into question the validity of the New Hampshire results for Nov. 8, when Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton outpolled Republican nominee Donald Trump by a mere 2,736 votes,” Fox News reported.

If Clinton had managed to win Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan like she was largely expected to do, these four electoral college votes New Hampshire provided would have been critical in finalizing her campaign’s victory.

Even with these three swing tates — but without New Hampshire — Hillary would have remained one electoral college vote away from victory.

Jasper didn’t draw any conclusions from the data, saying only in a statement that he appreciated the officials’ efforts to meet the requirements of existing laws.

“It is likely that some unknown number of these individuals moved out of New Hampshire, it is possible that few may have never driven in New Hampshire or have ceased driving, however it is expected that an unknown number of the remainder continue to live and drive in New Hampshire,” wrote Safety Commissioner John Barthelmes and Secretary of State Bill Gardner.

Gardner, a Democrat, is a member of a commission President Donald Trump created in May to investigate allegations that millions of people voted illegally in 2016. Trump has previously claimed he lost New Hampshire in November because thousands of people came by bus from other states to vote against him.

The commission, which has asked states for detailed information on every voter in the United States, is meeting in New Hampshire on Tuesday.

State law allows someone to be domiciled in New Hampshire for voting purposes and be a resident of another state for driver’s licensing purposes.

Democrats said the request shows Jasper is buying into voter fraud allegations, and denied it was proof of widespread voter fraud.

“Using cherry-picked data in order to support a false claim is dangerous and irresponsible. Today’s release of information by Speaker Jasper’s office fans the flames of misinformation in order to further suppress our citizens’ right to vote,” Senate Democratic Leader Jeff Woodburn said in a written statement. “The fact of the matter is that there is no requirement to obtain a NH driver’s license or register your car in order to exercise your constitutionally-protected right to vote.

Democratic Party Chairman Ray Buckley said, “These out of state licenses can easily be accounted for by college students who have every right to vote in the state,” he said.

Apart from the data on out-of-state license holders, the statistics provided to Jasper show that the state is separately investigating 196 names that appear to have been marked both as having voted in both New Hampshire and another state in November 2016.

Local officials also flagged 59 cases in which there was a discrepancy between the address provided for voter registration and the address on record for the person’s driver’s license.


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