Top NH election official speaks to WMUR, issues statement about termination of Trump election integrity commission

CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire Secretary of State William Gardner said Thursday that despite the termination of President Donald Trump’s Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, he will continue to work to maintain “the most accessible and trustworthy elections we can.”

Gardner said:

“We now know that over half of New Hampshire residents, based on a recent Granite State poll released less than two months ago, believe that voter fraud is significant and has the potential to affect the outcome of elections in the country. We also know from that very same poll that one-third of Granite Staters believe voter fraud is a serious problem in New Hampshire.”

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