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Trump’s Former Aide Concedes There Was No Voter Fraud In New Hampshire
02/20/17 |
Publication Date: 
Monday, February 20, 2017 - 13:30
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Donald Trump’s first campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, conceded there was no evidence for the president’s claim that Massachusetts Democrats were brought into New Hampshire by bus on Election Day to steal the state for Hillary Clinton.

“I live on the border,” Lewandowski said in an interview with the podcast Axe Files, posted on Monday. “I didn’t see buses coming across the line to say that, hey, we’ve moved up from Massachusetts.” ...

And he would know. Lewandowski is a native of New Hampshire and cut his teeth as a political operative in that state. He is also not the first Republican from there to contradict Trump’s claim. A former GOP state party chair, the current New Hampshire secretary of state and a longtime GOP operative who was arrested for voter fraud have all said it is bunk. 

True cost of Missouri voter ID law still unknown
02/20/17 |
Publication Date: 
Monday, February 20, 2017 - 04:00
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The cost of Missouri's new voter identification law is still up for debate, as legislators and government officials present wildly different numbers.

Cost estimates range from $300,000 to millions of dollars. Those numbers could grow if a plan to enact the federal Real ID Act of 2005 in Missouri moves forward. ...

In order to ensure that low-income voters are not disenfranchised, the law states that the Missouri government must pay for non-drivers licenses and backing documents — paperwork such as birth certificates or divorce papers needed to obtain an ID. Advertisements are also required to ensure Missouri residents are aware of the changes.

The changes take effect June 1.

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