The governor of New Hampshire announced on Thursday that he intends to sign a bill allowing an audit of voting machines used in the town of Windham for the 2020 election.
Gov. Chris Sununu said he supported the bill, which is meant to address count discrepancies there, during a press conference on Thursday.
“I think they designed the bill very well,” he said. “And I fully intend on signing it and moving that forward as soon as we can.”
A hand recount in Windham found that machines shorted every Republican candidate 6% of their total votes. Each GOP candidate lost nearly 300 votes. Republicans flipped the New Hampshire House and Senate in the 2020 election — yet somehow Donald Trump lost the state.