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New Hampshire election audit to examine US Senate race


Gateway PunditThe numbers coming from the legislatively-ordered audit in that NH town confirm what the concerned citizens of NH have claimed all along. Their machines are not accurate, consistently shorted Republican candidates and cannot be trusted to accurately count our votes.

What the recount showed was that when ballots were fed through all four machines this past week, one machine (Machine #2) reliably and repeatedly shorted each of the 4 Republican candidates roughly the same amount – 55 votes (Lynn), 54 (McMahon), 53 (Soti) and 53 votes (Griffin) compared to the results from the other machines. These audit-repeated machine counts are also different from those machine-generated counts on Nov. 3rd by 281 votes (Lynn), 274 (Soti), 276 (McMahon), and 279 votes (Griffin).

There are suspicions that other towns in the state have their own version of “machine two,” so this does not appear to be a Windham-only problem....

Next, the Windham audit team is going to review a statewide Federal race (US Senate) and a statewide non-Federal race (Governor) as well, as both of these races are scheduled to be hand-counted this week as part of the audit.

The 2020 race had a US Senate seat in New Hampshire, won by a Democrat originally elected in 2008 by 56% to 41%. That seems like a very big gap to be attributable to machine fraud, so overturning the result of that race seems like a big stretch even if you account for a libertarian getting 2.3%.

But the point of doing the audit is to be able to trust the results, not to change the outcome. Let's find out if the machine fraud was widespread.

Note that this audit outcome is happening even with the audit team arguably selected by the Senate to cover things up. I think maybe a decision has been made that it can't be covered up completely, so look for efforts to do damage control instead.

This entry was published Wed May 19 00:37:51 CDT 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-05-19 00:37:51.0. [Tweet]

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