They've been presented research estimating 45,000 incidents of double-voting across the country - not huge, but not nothing, either.
More than 6,500 people using out-of-state driver's licenses registered to vote in New Hampshire on November 8.
Kobach cited New Hampshire election data showing that 5,000 people who voted previous year registered to vote with out-of-state IDs, but did not get in-state IDs in the months after. Established purely as a result of Donald Trump's fragile ego - in his pursuit to prove his belief that he would have won the popular vote if it weren't for "millions" of fraudulent voters - this group is essentially the voting rights equivalent of the "investigative team" that Trump put together to look into Barack Obama's birth certificate.
Democrat Hillary Clinton got more than 60 percent of the vote in California.
Mr. Trump was ridiculed for insisting that Democrats used illicit votes to steal the election.
For years, liberal carpetbaggers from Massachusetts, Vermont and CT have flooded into swing state New Hampshire, ostensibly to assist Democratic campaigns.
Guess what? Lots of people go to college in states other than where they went to high school or were raised. No proof was needed.
"We've known for months that more voters cast ballots without any proof of actually living in New Hampshire than the differentials for either federal contest there in 2016", Churchwell said. In February, he said thousands of people had been bused to New Hampshire from MA to vote illegally in the swing state. In fact, a 2015 court ruling decided that very question in New Hampshire, finding that you can be eligible to vote in New Hampshire but not be subject to the driver's license residency regulation.
President Trump's Commission on Election Integrity convened for the first time in New Hampshire on Tuesday, with N.H. Secretary of State Bill Gardner joining commission vice chair Kris Kobach, Kansas secretary of state, in hosting the day-long session at St. Anselm College's Institute of Politics.
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It's an underappreciated point: Kobach has been caught lying about voter fraud while helping lead a White House commission on voter fraud. When our political "leaders" let partisanship keep them from fixing the small things, it undermines the public's trust in them on everything else.
The usual suspects whined loudly when it was introduced.
The Trump administration's oft-maligned election commission will hold its second meeting tomorrow - but will not allow members of the public to speak. "President Trump is wrong".
There are many bigger problems than voter fraud. Specifically, he says there must have been voter fraud in New Hampshire because people registered to vote with out-of-state driver's licenses (which is legal), and some still do not have a New Hampshire license or auto registration.
"Particularly in the column, I said it "appears" that non-residents may have tipped the results and I am still wondering if that's the right word", Kobach said.
Wonder how Mr. Bissonnette will spin the news about those 5,526 out-of-state voters who never bothered to get New Hampshire driver's licenses?
Governor Chris Sununu supported the law, and speaking to NHPR's The Exchange, said he was happy with the ruling. The left is desperate to create optimal conditions for vote fraud.
The judge dismissed the call for a temporary injunction, but refused the state's request to dismiss the lawsuits outright.
FESSLER: Kristen Clarke of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law says that's because people think the commission will distort the facts, that its real goal is to push laws such as strict ID requirements that make it harder to vote. Mark Annotti, a deportation officer at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said he has encountered thousands of immigrants during his service in Boston and Florida and regularly asks them whom they voted for in the latest election.