President-elect Donald Trump is alleging there was quote-serious voter fraud in New Hampshire and other states during the election earlier this month, despite no evidence to back up such a claim.
Trump narrowly lost New Hampshire to Hillary Clinton, though won the election despite losing the overall popular vote.
In a series of tweets Sunday, Trump claimed he would have won the popular vote had it not been for the quote-millions of people who voted illegally.
Trump also claimed there was serious voter fraud in New Hampshire, Virginia, and California.
Serious voter fraud in Virginia, New Hampshire and California - so why isn't the media reporting on this? Serious bias - big problem!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 28, 2016
Claims of mass voter fraud, both here in the state and nationally, have been debunked.
A recent analysis by the non-partisan fact-checking site Politifact found that since 2012, the New Hampshire attorney general’s office has prosecuted just two criminal voter fraud cases and one civil fraud case.
Governor-elect Chris Sununu has raised concerns about what he calls “drive-by voting” in the state. The Republican says he wants to repeal the state’s same-day registration law.