'No Voter Fraud in NH': Gubernatorial Candidate Kelly Talks Registration, Guns and Marijuana
Former state Sen. Molly Kelly is running for governor because she says she wants the state to succeed together.
Kelly, a Democrat, sat down with NH1.com on Thursday to talk about legalizing marijuana and voter fraud claims
"Let me just be clear that the report that came out last week showed that there is no voter fraud in New Hampshire."
Kelly also talked about "common sense gun laws" that she would push for in the Granite State.
"We're talking about our children. We're talking about our schools. I have four children, and when I sent them to school, I didn't worry about them, about whether they would be harmed in school by guns. Today, I have seven grandchildren. I worry every day. This has got to stop."
Watch the full interview with Kelly above.
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