Kris Kobach Accuses New Hampshire Of Being Tainted By Voter Fraud

Kris Kobach, the Kansas Secretary of State and Vice-Chair of Trump's Voter Integrity Commission, has accused New Hampshire of having elections compromised by voter fraud.

Kris Kobach, the Kansas Secretary of State and Vice-Chair of Trump's Voter Integrity Commission, has accused New Hampshire of having elections compromised by voter fraud.

A newly released report from the New Hampshire Secretary of State and Department of Safety says a majority of people who used out-of-state IDs to register in last November’s elections haven’t registered vehicles in New Hampshire or gotten in-state drivers licenses in the months since. While this data alone doesn’t provide proof of voter fraud, as NHPR has noted before, it's quickly become fodder in an ongoing debate about New Hampshire’s voting requirements. Within hours of the report’s release, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach penned a Breitbart column pointing to the data as evidence that “a pivotal, close election [the U.S. Senate Race between Kelly Ayotte and Maggie Hassan] was likely changed through voter fraud.” Kobach is co-chair of the Trump administration's Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, which is meeting in New Hampshire next week and of which New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner is a member.

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