Huge New Hampshire Election Audit Update

On Sat­ur­day, two of the three audi­tors per­form­ing the foren­sic audit in Wind­ham, NH, con­firmed that, while not the only issue, bal­lot folds sig­nif­i­cant­ly affect how bal­lots are read by the town’s Diebold ES2000 Mod­el A vot­ing machines. Addi­tion­al­ly, while pro­cess­ing the same bal­lots, the audi­tors wit­nessed vast­ly dif­fer­ent error rates on two of the machines.

The audi­tors indi­cat­ed ear­ly last week fold lines might be an issue. They spent Sat­ur­day recre­at­ing two sep­a­rate mock elec­tions hop­ing to deter­mine what caused the unprece­dent­ed dis­crep­an­cies between the Nov. 3 elec­tion result totals and the Nov. 12 elec­tion recount totals. Focused on the per­cent­age of pos­si­ble errors due to bal­lot fold­ing, Har­ri Hursti and Phillip Stark explained to Nick Moseder and Lisa Mazur (see the inter­view in the video below) that they set up two sets of mock elec­tions, each designed to try and deter­mine how votes were tak­en away from Repub­li­can can­di­dates and how votes were added to Kristi St. Laurent.

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