Vote counts didn’t quite add up in a small town in New Hampshire, according to The Western Journal.
In Windham, New Hampshire events took place calling for an audit on the results of the voting machines.
There was a difference of 400 votes between election night and a recount that took place a week later.
“This fact pattern seems unusual, if not unprecedented,” Mark Lindeman, an auditor stated.
The AccuVote optical scanning machines use Global Election Management software made by Global Elections Systems Inc. is no longer in operation.
AccuVote machines are now owned by Dominion Voting Systems.
Dominion claims they didn’t make the machines.
The audit went as planned during its first days but when Wednesday rolled around there was a failure in Livestream cameras that left broadcasting dark for 90 minutes.
On Thursday an inspection on the machines was held.
Trump has noted that he is watching the process of the audit.
“Congratulations to the great Patriots of Windham, New Hampshire for their incredible fight to seek out the truth on the massive Election Fraud which took place in New Hampshire and the 2020 Presidential Election.”
“The spirit for transparency and justice is being displayed all over the Country by media outlets which do not represent Fake News,” Trump stated.
“People are watching in droves as these Patriots work tirelessly to reveal the real facts of the most tainted and corrupt Election in American history. Congratulations Windham — look forward to seeing the results.”
The Audit was called into action due to Democratic state House candidate Kristi St. Laurent being short 24 votes of winning the seat.
after the recount a week later she was 420 votes short.
Windham Election Moderator Betty Dunn said, “Until and unless it is proven that the town officials made a mistake, I think with all the time and effort and support and the number of public officials who you all put your faith and trust in, we ought to begin with the premise that we did our jobs, and did it well.
From The Western Journal:
St. Laurent’s initial total had been overcounted, according to the recount, while the Republicans who finished ahead of her were undercounted in the initial tally. Each Republican picked up about 300 votes in the recount.
So far, the audit has found that on one of the four machines used in the small town, the totals recorded for Democrats are in the general vicinity of totals counted for Republican candidates on the other machines.
The audit is scheduled to wrap up on May 27.
St. Laurent called the difference in votes a “bizarre and massive discrepancy,” according to Patch.
In a petition to the state Ballot Law Commission seeking a review of the ballots, she said, “Either the machines were programmed to reflect unwarranted adjustments in multiples of 100 to the totals of all Republicans and the top voter receiver among Democrats or a significant number of ballots were double-counted during the (recount) process.”
However, she noted, double-counting “doesn’t explain to any degree why my count would drop by 99.”