The Kansas Secretary of State and gubernatorial candidate said in the article that it appeared the New Hampshire U.S. Senate race - in which Republican incumbent Kelly Ayotte was narrowly defeated by Democrat Maggie Hassan - "was stolen through voter fraud".
Anyone who registered to vote on Election Day with another state's drivers' license and didn't get a New Hampshire license within 60 days was an illegitimate voter and, according to Kobach's apparently psychic powers, most likely a Democrat!
He was referring to an op-ed that Kobach, the commission's vice chair, penned for Breitbart last week claiming he'd found "proof" that out-of-state voters had taken advantage of the state's same-day registration to cast illegal votes.
As of August 30, about 15 percent (1,014 of the voters) had been issued New Hampshire driver's licenses.
Cheers erupted for New Hampshire Secretary of State William Gardner as well when the Democrat argued that the numbers alone "don't create proof". They must only be "domiciled" in the state, meaning that New Hampshire is where they now live and spend most of their time - a description that applies, incidentally, to many college students.
Gardner accused Kobach of violating commission chairman Vice President Mike Pence's edict that "that we work in a consensus and we work in a way that we don't have preconceived, preordained ideas about what the facts are going to turn out to be - that we're going to use the facts; we're going to search for the truth".
"In that column I struggled with what verb to use".
"Some of us learned that it's easy to vote in other states".
Since its formation, the commission has been accused of skirting open-government laws; it has publicly released personal details such as street and email addresses of citizens who contacted it, nearly always to complain; and generated a fierce backlash when it asked state election officials to turn over data on every voter in the United States.
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Both state agencies that provided Jasper with the statistics exposing voter fraud divulged an account of why numerous people in New Hampshire could vote without possessing in-state driver licenses - or without registering their vehicles up to 10 months following last November's election.
In the lead up to the commission's meeting in New Hampshire this Tuesday, Kris Kobach, the commission's chairman, penned an op-ed for Breitbart News in which he recycled a legend well known in MA and New Hampshire politics.
Voting advocates were concerned by von Spakovsky's appointment to the commission, given his role in pushing for voter ID in Georgia, his past exaggeration of voter fraud and his criticism of the National Voter Registration Act, a law that protects people from improperly getting kicked off voter rolls. He regularly cites a 2010 Missouri State House election as proof that voting by noncitizens is rampant in elections, claiming that it wasdecided by votes "cast illegally by citizens of Somalia".
"Rather than hearing from experts in the field of election integrity, the commission gathered a panel of Trump loyalists who support severe voter restrictions. I think we will find that within that 5,000, there will be many who did not comply with the law".
Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon, a Democrat, announced he would not share the data with Trump's commission.
"The NICS system wasn't designed for elections", Dunlap said. "And I will not, either".
President Donald Trump in February told a group of senators that he lost New Hampshire because thousands of MA residents crossed state lines to vote.
- Enact federal regulations that make it a felony for a voter to be registered to vote in more than one county or parish, regardless of whether they vote in more than one location on election day or not.
Kobach's allies in New Hampshire relayed information that some 5,300 people who voted in that election weren't residents of the state.