SB 439 would repeal the authority to share voter information or data with other states.

CONCORD — The question of voter fraud was before New Hampshire lawmakers once again on Tuesday, as the Senate Election Law Committee was urged to support legislation that would end the state’s participation in the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program.

“It removes New Hampshire from a program that is not safe, not secure and is basically not working,” said Sen. Bette Lasky, D-Nashua, prime sponsor of SB 439. “I am in total agreement with the Secretary of State and others that we should be looking to make our voter files as clean and up-to-date as possible, but Crosscheck does not accomplish that goal.”

With all Democrats as sponsors, is it any wonder that they don’t want the cooperation of states to stop voter fraud?

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