Here are some connect-the-dot facts:
The New Hampshire-Massachusetts border is a mere 40-minute drive for civic-minded progressives in Boston. The Granite State has same-day registration, which means you can register to vote and then cast a ballot on the same day.
New Hampshire is where the nation’s first presidential primary is held every four years.
In 2014 and 2016, the state attorney general, Democrat Joe Foster, issued a memo to local election officials warning them that they were not to turn away anyone who wanted to vote.
In February 2016, a Project Veritas video sting caught numerous New Hampshire election officials telling people that they could vote in the primary even if they didn’t live in New Hampshire or even intend to live in the state.
And, finally, newly released state data reveal that 6,540 people registered to vote in New Hampshire on Election Day 2016 (Nov. 8) using out-of-state driver’s licenses. Since then, 5,526 of those individuals never obtained a New Hampshire driver’s license and only 213 of those registered a vehicle in New Hampshire.
This is not a recipe for vote fraud; it’s a fully baked cake.