Editor’s note: The town of Windham, New Hampshire, is presently conducting an audit of its Nov. 3, 2020 election, in which a hand recount one week later revealed that four Republican candidates each gained about 300 votes not counted on Election Night. Vermont uses the same Diebold AccuVote-OS vote tabulators owned by Dominion and managed by LHS Associates, of Salem, N.H.
“If the auditors are finding corruption with the machines in Windham, that can give us a lot of leverage to expand this audit beyond Windham into the state of New Hampshire, because these machines were used in 85 percent of the state and provided by the same vendor,” YouTube video blogger Nick Moseder said.
WINDHAM: Hand recount finished & #’s very closely match the hand recount #’s done on Nov 12. Windham voting machine election results are confirmed to be unreliable. @WAuditors still investigating causes & contributing factors. @RealAmVoice #NHPolitics pic.twitter.com/Gc8hAkrenK
— Heather Mullins – Real America’s Voice (RAV-TV) (@TalkMullins) May 21, 2021
And this tweet by auditor Harri Hursti:
Phase 3 out of 5 done. Test decks proved that foldings across a vote targets is misinterpreted as additional phantom votes or subtracts votes due to false overvotes. 2 machines used generated very different rates of this. Machine audit examine that. #electionsecurity @WAuditors https://t.co/HF3oFaDXO5
— Harri "scofield" Hursti (@HarriHursti) May 22, 2021