Tag Archives: Elections

GAL – On Air News Read

Well the voters of Manchester spoke last night and one might say they were of many minds.  In a campaign that saw a twelve percent increase in the number of ballots cast, many results came as a surprise, while others … Continue reading

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Craig Wins Machester Mayoral Race; Democrats Win Two More Special Elections

Granite Staters voted on Tuesday, supporting Democratic candidates in closely-watched races and deciding the fate of Keno in the state’s biggest cities. Below are a few takeaways from Election Day in New Hampshire and what it means going into 2018. … Continue reading

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Five Important Things to Watch on Election Day in New Hampshire

One year after the 2016 elections resulted in a new governor, U.S. senator, and president, Granite Staters head to the polls to vote on a number of important races and ballot initiatives. Below are five of the most crucial factors … Continue reading

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Where do Democrat Candidates in Manchester Election Stand on These Issues?

Democrat state party chair Ray Buckley called a broad swath of voters in our state white supremacists. As a Democrat for public office do you support the state party chair’s remarks and if not, why have you not denounced them … Continue reading

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How Pro-Voter Fraud Groups and Officials Scam Legal Voters

The requirement for every state to be admitted to the union, past and future, is that its people will be guaranteed a “republican form of government”; in other words, they must operate under the definition of a Republic. Therefore, the … Continue reading

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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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