The Windham audit is ON!
The dominos appear as if they are continuing to fall, and President Trump has taken notice of the latest developments in Windham as well.
Sources are saying that the error rate was way higher than expected, and that a forensic audit of the machine’s internals is now under way.
This should be a VERY interesting next several weeks as all eyes are on Arizona, Georgia, and New Hampshire.
Here is the latest:
Conservative Brief revealed this:
As many as 60% of ballots with machine-made or handmade folds were improperly counted by the town’s four scanning machines, Harri Hursti, one of three auditors selected for the process, told the New Hampshire Union Leader on Monday.
“The error rate was way higher than we expected,” Hursti said.
The audit has gained so much attention that the state’s attorney general is reportedly involved now.
After the results of the 2020 state House race for the town were particularly close, a hand recount was requested. That resulted in four candidates in Rockingham District 7 gaining around 300 votes and one candidate losing around 100.
WMUR, a local station blames the errors on the fold issue:
There is growing evidence showing that fold lines on absentee ballots from a borrowed mechanical folding machine were likely a major contributing factor to vote discrepancies in the 2020 election in Windham.
Independent auditor Harri Hursti said it appears to have started with Windham’s rush to accommodate unprecedented demand for absentee ballots.
According to Hursti, the borrowed machine was responsible for the fold lines observed on some ballots, running through the oval next to candidate Kristi St. Laurent’s name. Those lines left a bump in her vote target.
“And that bump creates a shadow, and that shadow is the root cause of what has been causing the phantom votes,” Hursti said.