AG says no voter fraud committed in Clark case
"While working and living in New Hampshire, these individuals established a physical presence at 152 Middle Street in Portsmouth, which continued for several months," he wrote. "There is no evidence to conclude they falsely claimed New Hampshire as their domicile at the time they registered to vote."
LaBonte said the four workers recently notified the Portsmouth City Clerk's Office that they would like their names removed from the voter checklist.
"From the very beginning this was a petty witch-hunt and a waste of taxpayer money," Harrell Kirstein, communications director for the New Hampshire Democratic Party, said Sunday night.
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