new-hampshire-wideNew Hampshire: a state in New England region of northeastern United States. One of the original 13 states that founded the United States of America. State capitol: Concord. Largest cities: Manchester, Nashua. New Hampshire legislature is called the General Court. Elections are run by municipalities, not counties. Population: 1.3 million (2014); Registered voters: 883,000 (2016). New Hampshire primary is, by state law, the first in the U.S. presidential election cycle. Significant irregularities: 2008 presidential primary. Voting machines: some small locations hand count; over 90% of votes counted by voting machines. Freedom of information: Blocked public right to examine ballots by passing a law in 2003 removing ballots from its right to know law.


2008/01/07 – New Hampshire election credibility¬†– Video footage with brief transcript of expert Harri Hursti with John Silvestro¬† of LHS Associates, the firm that sold and services New Hampshire’s voting machines, plus hacking demonstration¬†of the voting machine make and model used in New Hampshire