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WATCH: Video has NH Attorney General's Office investigating voter fraud claims

CONCORD — The Attorney General's Office is investigating claims of voter fraud during the state's primary elections after troubling hidden camera videos surfaced.

Activist group Project Veritas released videos Wednesday depicting election workers telling out-of-state residents that they can vote in the primary if they sign affidavits claiming they live in New Hampshire.

Assistant Attorney General Stephen LaBonte says his office is examining the conduct of election workers in the videos, which were taken at various polling stations across the state Tuesday.

One of the videos shows an activist being told by a poll worker in Nashua to say that he's staying in the state "indefinitely" and to write down his friend's local address.

Project Veritas released similar videos during the 2012 election.

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