The Windham, New Hampshire, 2020 election audit has been turned in to state leaders, according to a new report by The Washington Examiner.
According to the report, “The three-person audit team — made up of Hursti, Mark Lindeman, and Philip Stark — initially found that as many as 60% of ballots with machine-made or handmade folds were improperly counted by scanning machines rendered by the town Windham.”
It added, “The ballot papers were made correctly, but the problem was due to the machines ‘forcefully’ folding the paper in the wrong position.”
The audit has received much media attention, as former President Donald Trump has continued to push allegation of election fraud in several states.
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According to reports, the audit results may be released as early as Tuesday. No change in winners is expected.
Arizona’s Maricopa County has conducted the largest election audit of the 2020 election. In comparison, New Hampshire’s audit focused on one small town where folded ballots caused a dispute.
Despite widespread accusations of voting fraud, each individual case must be considered on its own merits. Windham has worked to ensure the integrity of its election through a careful recount, and residents will be highly interested in the conclusion of its investigation.