Category Archives: Vote Fraud

How NH Discriminates Against its Own Qualified Citizen Voters

Under the current unconstitutional “state law” a non-resident voter can give a “domicile address” for voting while his out of state “residence” remains exempt from New Hampshire’s RSA 91-A Right to Know Law. So, a college student using a dormitory as … Continue reading

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Sky doesn’t fall: NH voter residency law works

Now that the circus has left town, can the grown-ups talk about New Hampshire election laws? The Presidential Commission on Voter Integrity held its first meeting at St. Anselm College this week, and both sides of the political spectrum repeated … Continue reading

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How NH Discriminates Against Legal Voters

A college student using a dormitory as a “voting domicile” and who also pays out-of-state tuition to one of NH’s state colleges can use the bulk mail address of the college to vote from his new “voting domicile.” The same … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks Election Law Penalties

The New Hampshire Supreme Court upheld Senate Bill 3 (SB 3) while issuing a temporary restraining order for penalties included in the voting rights law. In the ruling, Presiding Justice Charles S. Temple did not block the controversial legislation from … Continue reading

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How Democrat Judges and AG’s Have Made New Hampshire the Poster-Child for Voter Fraud

[T]he Guare case actually shows how Democrat judges and Democrat Attorney Generals have made New Hampshire the poster-child for voter fraud. By “the State has agreed,” the New Hampshire Supreme Court means “the Attorney General has agreed.”  But the Attorney … Continue reading

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Ed Naile: Ask Martha How She Does It?

Apparently, the City of Portsmouth has a problem with people renting out apartments through Airbnb. “Officials do not track Airbnb rentals specifically, and city attorney Robert Sullivan says he estimates the total number of cease and desist orders issued this year … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Types of Voters

The Concord paper serves a city that has a ton of people who work for or have a family member who works for the government. They like a news source that makes them feel happy and secure. Well, they have it … Continue reading

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