20 Sep 2018
GOP’s Amore Rips Massachusetts Secretary of State Galvin For Not Sharing Voter Data With Other States
A day after New Hampshire’s attorney general charged a couple with voting in two states during the 2016 presidential election, Republican Anthony Amore knocked Secretary of State William Galvin for withdrawing Massachusetts from the interstate data sharing program used to uncover the voter fraud.
Grace and John Flemming, of Hampton, New Hampshire, have been indicted for voting absentee in their home state in the 2016 election before crossing state lines and also casting ballots in Belchertown, Massachusetts.
New Hampshire authorities used data shared among states through the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program to ferret out the fraud.
Amore, who is running against Galvin this cycle, said the state’s chief elections officer never should have withdrawn Massachusetts from the Crosscheck program in early 2017, which he said has left Massachusetts vulnerable heading into the 2018 midterms.
4 Jan 2018
Secretary of State William Galvin Welcomes Demise of Trump’s Election Fraud Commission
Democratic Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin was among officials from more than a dozen states who refused to comply with the commission’s demand for reams of personal voter data.
Galvin said Thursday “I am delighted that our lack of cooperation led to the demise of this thing.”…
More information here, how this voter fraud is happening in New Hampshire: