Where Were Out-of-State IDs Used to Vote in New Hampshire Last November?

There’s no mention of the thousands who registered with no ID in a state where a US Senate seat was flipped by a few hundred votes, but the graphs and maps are cool.

In the 2016 general election, according to the Secretary of State’s office, Election Day registrants of all kinds made up about 11 percent of all ballots cast. Within that, first-time New Hampshire voters made up 6 percent of all votes in November — and, within that, first-time voters who registered without a New Hampshire driver’s license made up less than one percent. Keep Reading…


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