Windham, N.H. residents launch formal petition to present simple majority to start election audit

People cast their votes in the presidential primary at Windham High School in Windham, N.H., Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, during the New Hampshire primary. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

FILE – People cast their votes in the presidential primary at Windham High School in Windham, N.H. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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UPDATED 6:44 AM PT – Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Residents in Windham, New Hampshire are fighting back against the city board’s decision to appoint a known election audit critic to take charge of the state’s 2020 review.

Meanwhile, another member of the Board of Selectmen said he will vote to appoint Jovan Pulitzer to lead the election fraud audit if that’s what the majority of the citizens want.

Heath Partington became the second member of the four member board who now may support Pulitzer’s candidacy over the audit critic Mark Lindeman.

Last week, the board voted three-to-one to put Lindeman in charge of the audit, which sparked citywide protests. Windham residents have said New Hampshire needs an audit similar to that in Arizona, but the Board of Selectmen is trying to fight their demands.

Last month, state legislature passed the Bill SB43 that mandates New Hampshire officials audit last year’s elections after a Windham recount found six percent of Republican votes were switched to Democrat candidates.

The audit bill has already been signed into law by Republican Gov. Chris Sununu, but Windham officials are struggling to select the team of auditors to do the job.

Residents are now organizing a formal petition that’s required to change the votes of their selectmen. This came after citizens turned their back on Windham board members Monday night in defiance of their plans to appoint Lindeman.

Board members walked out of the meeting without making the final decision. New Hampshire now has roughly 30 days to begin the audit of 2020 elections.

Windham residents are calling on all patriotic Americans to follow their fight on Telegram and MeWe as well as the local politics website called Granite Grok.

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