According to a new report from The Washington Examiner the audit results of Windham, New Hampshire could be released as early as Tuesday.
In case you were wondering what happened with that NH 2020 election audit, my latest:
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A highly anticipated report about an audit of the 2020 election in Windham, New Hampshire, has been submitted to officials in the state.
One of the auditors, Harri Hursti, confirmed to the Washington Examiner on Monday that his team “submitted it yesterday,” more than six weeks after the audit concluded. The team’s findings may become public as early as Tuesday.
The portion of the audit that included the handling of ballots concluded on May 27. However, the audit team’s work did not stop there.
“Now, we have captured the data,” Hursti told observers at the time. “Now, we have to go back to do the analysis, and there might be something in the data, which we now have, which we haven’t yet understood.”
According to the auditors in new Hampshire, the error rate was ‘way higher than we expected.’
The Washington Examiner reported on this on May 24th:
As many as 60% of ballots with machine-made or handmade folds were improperly counted by the town’s four scanning machines, Harri Hursti, one of three auditors selected for the process, told the New Hampshire Union Leader on Monday.
“The error rate was way higher than we expected,” Hursti said.
More from The Palmieri Report:
Unlike the Arizona one, there have been questions about whether this audit was one that should be trusted.
The Gateway Pundit had a great write-up on this:
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