CONCORD — A Warner man was arrested Sunday on three counts of wrongful voting in two places during the March 13, 2018 town election.
Douglas Carl Smith Jr., 30, of Warner was charged with a Class B felony for knowingly voting in an election that he was not qualified to vote in when he voted in both the towns of Grafton and Danbury last year according to state Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald.
Smith was also charged with two Class A misdemeanors for knowingly applying for a ballot after already voting once during the March 13, 2018 town election and for knowingly providing false information on an Election Day voter registration form, said MacDonald
Smith will be arraigned in Merrimack County Superior Court on March 28.
The investigation into this case was conducted by Chief Investigator Richard Tracy of the Election Law Unit and is being prosecuted by Assistant Attorney General Matthew Broadhead, also of the Election Law Unit. The arrest was made by the Warner Police Department.