Auditors in New Hampshire believe that folds lines might be one of the reasons behind the discrepancy between the initial election results and a subsequent recount.
How we got here: Republicans in Windham, New Hampshire won all four seats in the legislative election in November. However, a Democratic candidate who lost one of the races, Kristi St. Laurent, requested a recount, which was granted because she was only 24 votes short of victory.
Laurent expected to gain several votes after the hand recount, but the effort revealed that the GOP candidates each received an additional 300 votes, while she lost 99. Read more from Resist The Mainstream.