Man accused of voting in 2 towns during local elections

March 11, 2019 GMT

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire man has been accused of voting in two communities during town elections last year.

Attorney General Gordon MacDonald says 30-year-old Douglas Carl Smith, Jr., of Warner, was arrested on Sunday on three counts of wrongful voting.

He’s accused of voting in both the towns of Grafton and Danbury during elections on March 13, 2018, a felony.

He’s also charged with two misdemeanors, accused of knowingly applying for a ballot after already voting once in the elections and for knowingly providing false information on an election day voter registration form.


Smith is scheduled to be arraigned on March 28. It wasn’t immediately known if he had a lawyer; a message was left at a possible phone number.