State officials visited most polling places on Election Day
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — More than 70 attorneys, investigators, and staff from the New Hampshire attorney general and secretary of state offices inspected nearly all of the state’s polling places on Election Day.
Attorney General Gordon MacDonald said the group visited 302 out of 309 total locations.
He said 148 calls were resolved Tuesday, and 37 require additional review to determine if further action is needed. He did not elaborate.
MacDonald said routine issues or concerns were quickly remedied with support from inspectors or attorneys on the Election Hotline.