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N.H. begins audit of 2020 elections amid impartiality concerns

From left, election auditors Harri Hursti and Mark Lindeman, seal maintenance logs and voting machine keys in a box Tuesday, May 11, 2021, in Pembroke, N.H., at the site of a forensic audit of a New Hampshire legislative election. The audit, which will be live streamed from the Edward Cross Training Center, in Pembroke, is to review the November 2020 Windham, N.H., election for four state legislative seats. (AP Photo/Josh Reynolds)

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UPDATED 1:34 PM PT – Wednesday, May 12, 2021

An audit regarding 2020 election fraud officially kicked off in New Hampshire after the Windham incident revealed the switching of GOP votes to Democrat candidates.

On Wednesday, a team of auditors led by Mark Lindeman and Verified Voting began the intake of 2020 ballots and tabulating machines in New Hampshire. The audit is off to a rocky start, however, as observers complained about the large distance between themselves and the auditors.

Additionally, Lindeman has criticized a similar audit in Arizona, which has sparked concerns of his bias. However, the auditors are vowing full transparency of their work.

“They’re gonna be doing this in phases and they’re going into it one step at a time,” explained Heather Mullins of Real America’s Voice. “And once they start, that will further led them into the direction they need to go in what the official count is.”

Windham activists are still criticizing the choice of auditors by the Board of Selectmen and an effort to hire an alternative team of experts continues.

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