WINDHAM, N.H. (WHDH) - Hundreds of demonstrators protested at a town hall meeting in Windham, New Hampshire Tuesday, calling for answers as the town investigates uncounted votes in last year’s presidential election.
After a Democratic candidate for state representative requested a recount, officials found several hundred votes for Republican candidates weren’t counted. Town officials hired a company involved in a similar recount in Arizona that found no fraud there, and some residents said they wanted a different investigator.
“I’m not confident all the stones were left unturned,” said resident Ken Eyring.
The state Attorney General and Secretary of State have also hired an investigator, and a third company will investigate as well.
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