The New Hampshire AG’s office wants custody of the voting machines from Windham so they can be audited carefully. The machines stole 6% of the votes cast by Republicans or about 300 votes each.

The same machines are used for a large portion of the state and if these machines have been tampered with, the other machines should be tested as well. That could open a whole can of worms in the state and could lead to more testing in more states.

The Dominion Voting owned machines shorted all four Republican candidates by almost exactly 300 votes each. Dominion owns the intellectual property formerly belonging to Accu-Vote.

Dr. David Strang M.D., the Belknap County Republican Committee State Committee Member, for the New Hampshire GOP  told The Gateway Pundit that the Republican candidates in Windham had about 300 votes stolen from their total.

According to Dr. Strang, these same Dominion-owned machines are used in 85% of the towns in New Hampshire.

What makes the New Hampshire 2020 results even more suspect:
** Republicans flipped the New Hampshire Senate from 14-10 Democrat to 14-10 Republican in 2020.
** Republicans flipped the New Hampshire House from 230-156 majority Democrat to 213-187 Republican majority in 2020!
** Yet, Joe Biden who was 4th in Dem primary and Kamala Harris, who did not make it to the Dem primary, won the state 52.7 to 45.4 to Trump.

Then last week the New Hampshire Senate voted 24-0 to force the state to examine and audit the machines in Windham.

But on Wednesday morning Granite Grok reported that state officials want to confiscate the machines. The Attorney General’s office wants to take custody of Windham’s four Diebold AccuVote machines and all of the peripheral equipment, the original chain of custody logs, memory cards, and access keys for all four machines.

This morning The Gateway Pundit spoke with New Hampshire State Senator Bob Giuda. Bob told us he is concerned by this latest development. Senator Guida added, “This is a Windham issue. This involves Windham machines and the Windham people want this audit to take place in their town.” Senator Guida thanked the people of New Hampshire who are following this story and he urges the New Hampshire government to now be accountable to the people.

Senator Giuda is urging state officials to respect the people of Windham. This latest action regarding the removal of the machines in question shows that the Attorney General’s office appears to be out of touch with the average citizen.  We see the same thing in Washington DC.  They seem to lack the ability to understand the mindset of the average citizen especially in regards to the integrity of our election systems.


Steven Ahle

Steven is a syndicated columnist for, The Range and other news websites. He is also an author, whose books can be found on All enjoy a 5 star rating. They are A Walk Through the Willows, Melissa's Song, The Tangled Web, Innocent, The Calculating Corpse and It's All About me.

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