CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A man has been accused of submitting voter forms containing false information during the New Hampshire presidential primary.
Ole Oisin, 46, of Hopkinton, was arrested Tuesday on two misdemeanor counts of wrongful voting, the attorney general’s office said.
One alleges that Oisin submitted a voter registration form for the Feb. 11 primary, saying he was born in “Senegal, Nation of Islam” and that he was born in 1984. Also, he didn’t provide information that he was a naturalized citizen. Oisin was born in Ireland, the office said.
The second charge alleges that Oisin submitted an affidavit that didn’t provide his actual domicile address, that he was born in 2001, and that his place of birth was Senegal.
Oisin is scheduled for an arraignment on Jan. 12, 2021.
Also, Vincent Marzello, 65, of West Lebanon, was indicted on one count of wrongful voting for allegedly voting twice during the Nov. 8, 2016, general election, once under a different name. He was arrested in September.
He’s scheduled for arraignment Dec. 14.
Phone numbers couldn’t be found for Oisin or Marzello, and it wasn’t immediately known if they had lawyers.
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