Honoring your Oath? Others seem to believe your oath to the Constitution is not mere words. Here’s another one: Accountability

Accountability – a most hated word in politics.  Oh sure, whoever the Political Class doesn’t like will be held to such (after all, they wield the power).  But they never like it when the masses play the “turnabout fair play” game (or journalists, from what I seem, but I repeat myself as many in journalism are now card carrying members of the Political Class).  Oh to be sure, we hear the high minded platitudes about “elections are when voters hold us accountable”  – but some don’t like it when we do.  However, what to do during the “in-between” times when recalls are not an option and you think that someone has violated their promise to voters?  Hmm, this seems to be novel (reformatted, emphasis mine):

Verified Complaint of Breach of Oath of Office and Conspiracy against Rights

Emergency Verified Complaint

Against

1) Stephen Shurtleff – (see Exhibit “A” – HB135)
2) 12 members of the New Hampshire House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee
3) 189 members of the New Hampshire House of Representatives (see Exhibit “B” – March 27th, 2013 Yea Votes)

For

Breach of Oath of Office

and
Violation of 18 USC § 241 – Conspiracy against Rights

“I know no safe depository of the ultimate powers of the society but the people themselves: and if we think them not enlightened enough to exercise their control with a wholesome discretion, the remedy is not to take it from them, but to inform their discretion.” Thomas Jefferson 1820

I, ________________________ one of the People of New Hampshire, come forward to complain against Stephen Shurtleff and 188 other members of the New Hampshire House of Representatives for Breaching their Oaths of Office and Conspiring against My Rights. I hereby present facts known and unknown to you in support of this complaint.

1. Stephen Shurtleff, a member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, for the purpose of “accepting the trust” according to Article 84 of the New Hampshire Constitution, has sworn or affirmed the following Oaths.

More of the document after the jump.  So, why SHOULDN’T we hold our elected and appointed officials accountable for the words they utter as the first action of their terms, and to use those solemn words against which to measure their future actions?  Shouldn’t they ALWAYS be mindful of what they have promised?

I received the following from Jack Kimball:

The attached complaint was filed this afternoon at the Strafford County Sheriff’s Office by me.  This same complaint was also filed at the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office by State Rep John Hikel.  In my case, Sheriff Dubois was not there so I left it with his receptionist but Sheriff hardy was there when John submitted his complaint and he handed it directly to him.  Sheriff Dubois had already gotten another complaint earlier in the day from a different person.  Many more of these are going to be submitted as the days & weeks roll on.
Tomorrow morning at 10:30 AM, there will be a group of us that are going to submit the complaint to the US Marshal at the Federal Building, 55 Pleasant St., RM 409, Concord, NH.  John Hikel, JR Hoell and myself will be there with the possibility of one or two more. We have all decided that we have had it with elected officials that violate their Oath of office as it pertains to our Constitution and specifically, the 2nd Amendment.  We don’t know what will happen from this point but we intend to continue the fight wherever it may lead.
Thought the folks might like to know that some of us are up for the fight on their behalf.

For all of the years that I have known Jack, and during his time in politics, there is always one sure thing about him: his unwavering faith that once taking his Oath to protect the Constitution when he entered the Navy, that Oath was forever binding upon him.   It did not expire just because his hitch was over (after all, how would one renounce it without renouncing one’s Citizenship?).  He is far from alone in believing that and when folks like Jack (and we Groksters) hear about people like Debra DeSimone, (R – Rockingham 14) that Grokster Steve posted about:

“House quote of the day “the constitution is a guideline” not a requirement. – and yes she said “I swore to uphold the guideline” if it is just a guideline, how will it’s protections actually defend you…”

we get mad!  When the Left talks about the so-called ‘social contract’, I just wanna scream “REALLY!  Show it to me!”; and they can’t.  Nobody has written down anything close to a “Social Compact” to which we all agree to – heck, I’ve never seen such a document titled “Social Compact’.  I have, however, seen two REAL Social Compacts that are existent and in force – but using other titles.  They are, of course, the US Constitution and the NH Constitution, which should be held inviolate by all of us and ESPECIALLY by those elected to create new law.

Question: if it turns out that an Oath to the Constitution is of no consequence if brought to Court, will that be yet another step down that slippery slope of no longer caring about the Law of the Land – our Constitutions?

But I digress.  Here is the rest of the Breach of Oath of Office Complaint – warning, it IS long.  If you’d rather, you can download it here.

1. Stephen Shurtleff, a member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, for the purpose of “accepting the trust” according to Article 84 of the New Hampshire Constitution, has sworn or affirmed the following Oaths.

a. I, Stephen Shurtleff, do solemnly swear, that I will bear faith and true allegiance to the United States of America and the state of New Hampshire, and will support the constitution thereof. So help me God.

b. I, Stephen Shurtleff, do solemnly and sincerely swear and affirm that I will faithfully and impartially discharge and perform all duties incumbent on me as Representative according to the best of my abilities, agreeably to the rules and regulations of this constitution and laws of the state of New Hampshire. So help me God.

2. The members of the New Hampshire House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee, hereinafter “the Committee,” have also sworn their own proper Oaths of Office for the purpose of “accepting the trust” as have the 189 members of the New Hampshire House of Representatives who voted in favor of House Bill 135 on March 27th, 2013.

3. Having been duly elected and having sworn or affirmed their oaths of office, Stephen Shurtleff, as well as all other New Hampshire House of Representatives members mentioned herein were lawfully seated as the lawgivers mentioned in Part the First, Article 38 of the New-Hampshire Bill of Rights, hereinafter Article 38.

4. According to Article 38, The People of New Hampshire have a “right to require of their lawgivers” …, “an exact and constant observance of”…”the fundamental principles of the constitution”…”in the formation and execution of the laws necessary for the good administration of government.”

5. Stephen Shurtleff willfully violated his Oath of Office and Article 38 of the New Hampshire Bill of Rights by submiting a bill, hereinafter HB135, that was clearly contrary to the fundamental principles of the New Hampshire Constitution.

6. During the Committees executive session, twelve members of the Committee voted in favor of HB135 and thereby violated their Oaths of Office and the Rights of the People secured by Article 38.

7. On March 27th, 2013, contrary to the clear language of Article 38, Stephen Shurtleff as well as 188 other members of the New Hampshire House of Representatives again violated their Oaths of Office by voting in favor of HB135 and thereby Breaching the Public Trust of the People of New Hampshire mentioned in #2 above.

8. Contrary to 18 USC § 241, Stephen Shurtleff , the 12 Committee Members and the 188 House members,  hereinafter “the accused,” thus conspired to deprive Me, one of the People of New Hampshire, of My Rights by voting in favor of HB135.

9. The accused have thus breached Part the Second, Article 5 of the New Hampshire Constitution by voting in favor of a bill which is “repugnant and contrary to this constitution”…”for the necessary support and defense of the government thereof.”

10. The accused derive no immunity from Article 30 of the New Hampshire Bill of Rights as this immunity only extends to deliberation, speech and debate and not to the formation of laws which are clearly repugnant and contrary to the fundamental principles of the New Hampshire Constitution.

11. The accused derive no immunity from Article 30 of the New Hampshire Bill of Rights as this immunity only extends to deliberation, speech and debate and not to casting votes in favor of laws which are clearly repugnant and contrary to the fundamental principles of the New Hampshire Constitution.

12. Contrary to Article 38, the accused, by their actions, have disqualified themselves and are thus ineligible to hold office as lawgivers in the New Hampshire General Court because their actions prove they have failed to meet the requirements set by the People in Article 38;

a. “A frequent recurrence to the fundamental principles of the constitution, and a constant adherence to justice, moderation, temperance, industry, frugality, and all the social virtues, are indispensably necessary to preserve the blessings of liberty and good government; the people ought, therefore, to have a particular regard to all those principles in the choice of their officers and representatives, and they have a right to require of their lawgivers and magistrates, an exact and constant observance of them, in the formation and execution of the laws necessary for the good administration of government.” June 2, 1784

13. In breach of the 2nd Amendment to the United States constitution and Article 24 of the New Hampshire Bill of Rights, the accused   threaten, via HB 135, to drastically infringe and diminish My Right to bear arms in defense of My State.

a. Noah Webster 1828 – militia – n.

i. [L. from miles, a soldier; Gr. war, to fight, combat, contention. The primary sense of fighting is to strive, struggle, drive, or to strike, to beat, Eng. moil, L. molior; Heb. to labor or toil.]

ii. The body of soldiers in a state enrolled for discipline, but not engaged in actual service except in emergencies; as distinguished from regular troops, whose sole occupation is war or military service.

iii. The militia of a country are the able bodied men organized into companies, regiments and brigades, with officers of all grades, and required by law to attend military exercises on certain days only, but at other times left to pursue their usual occupations.

14. In breach of Article 2 of the New Hampshire Bill of Rights, the accused   threaten, via HB 135, to diminish My Right to, “in a word” seek and obtain Happiness.

15. In breach of Article 2-a of the New Hampshire Bill of Rights, the accused   threaten, via HB 135, to diminish My Right to keep and bear arms in defense of Myself, My family, My property and the state wherever I may be.

16. In breach of Article 3 of the New Hampshire Bill of Rights, the accused   threaten, via HB 135, to void any Rights I may have  surrendered to secure others enumerated in the Bills of Rights.

17. In breach of Article 4 of the New Hampshire Bill of Rights, the accused   threaten, via HB 135, to violate My conscience by diminishing My capacity to protect the People of New Hampshire wherever I may be.

18. In breach of Article 10 of the New Hampshire Bill of Rights, the accused   threaten, via HB 135, to pervert the ends of government and to endanger the public liberty, by eradicating My ability to prevent the very same from happening.

19. In breach of Article 12 of the New Hampshire Bill of Rights, the accused   threaten, via HB 135, to neuter My responsibility to contribute My personal service to protect the community whenever I may be in it.

20. In breach of Article 12-a of the New Hampshire Bill of Rights, the accused   threaten, via HB 135, to indirectly steal My intangible property and give it to another person for the purpose of private development.

a. Noah Webster 1828 – Property:

i. #1 – A peculiar quality of any thing; that which is inherent in a subject, or naturally essential to it; called by logicians an essential mode. Thus color is a property of light; extension and figure are properties of bodies.

ii. #2 – An acquired or artificial quality; that which is given by art or bestowed by man. The poem has the properties which constitute excellence.

b. New Hampshire RSA 637:2 Definitions. The following definitions are applicable to this chapter:

i. “Property” means anything of value, including real estate, tangible and intangible personal property, captured or domestic animals and birds, written instruments or other writings representing or embodying rights concerning real or personal property, labor, services, or otherwise containing any thing of value to the owner, commodities of a public utility nature such as telecommunications, gas, electricity, steam, or water, and trade secrets, meaning the whole or any portion of any scientific or technical information, design, process, procedure, formula or invention which the owner thereof intends to be available only to persons selected by him.

c. My property includes, among the others listed herein:

i. My Article 7 Right of self-governance

ii. My duty to protect Article 13 Conscientious Objectors

iii. My Article 12 responsibility to the community

21. Whereas, due to the similar efforts of many of these same usurpers of justice, demands/petitions for Article 31 redress have proven to be unattainable through the General Court, I, one of the People of New Hampshire, have no option but to seek redress through this agency by filing this criminal complaint against the accused for conspiring against My Rights in violation of the Public Trust and their Oaths of Office.

a. Conspiracy against rights. 18 USC § 241

i. “If two or more persons conspire to injure, oppress, threaten, or intimidate any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured to him by the Constitution or laws of the United States, or because of his …”

ii. “… … … …”

iii. “They shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; …”

b. New Hampshire RSA 629:3

i. A person is guilty of conspiracy if, with a purpose that a crime defined by statute be committed, he agrees with one or more persons to commit or cause the commission of such crime, and an overt act is committed by one of the conspirators in furtherance of the conspiracy.

ii. For purposes of paragraph I, “one or more persons” includes, but is not limited to, persons who are immune from criminal liability by virtue of irresponsibility, incapacity or exemption.

iii. “… … …”

iv. The penalty for conspiracy is the same as that authorized for the crime that was the object of the conspiracy, except…

c. New Hampshire RSA 637:2 Definitions

i. III. “Purpose to deprive” means to have the conscious object:

1. (a) To withhold property permanently or for so extended a period or to use under such circumstances that a substantial portion of its economic value, or of the use and benefit thereof, would be lost; or

2. (b) To restore the property only upon payment of a reward or other compensation; or

3. (c) To dispose of the property under circumstances that make it unlikely that the owner will recover it; or

ii. IV. “Property of another” includes property in which any person other than the actor has an interest which the actor is not privileged to infringe, regardless of the fact that the actor also has an interest in the property…

iii. V. “Value” means the highest amount determined by any reasonable standard of property or services.

1. (a) Amounts involved in thefts committed pursuant to one scheme or course of conduct, whether from the same person or several persons, may be aggregated in determining the grade of the offense.

d. RSA 637:3 Theft by Unauthorized Taking or Transfer.

i.  I. A person commits theft if he obtains or exercises unauthorized control over the property of another with a purpose to deprive him thereof.

e. RSA 637:11 Penalties

i. Theft constitutes a class A felony if:

1. (a) The value of the property or services exceeds $1,500

22. The following Maxims of Law1 are examples of the fundamental principles of our constitutions.

a. “Acting and consenting parties are liable to the same punishment” 5 Coke, 80

b. “That does not truly belong to one which can be taken from him upon occasion” Dig. 50, 17, 159, 1

c. “No man can forfeit another’s right” Fleta, lib. 1, c.28, s. 11

d. “Ignorance of those things which one is bound to know excuses not” Hale, P.C. 42; Broom, Max 267; 4Bl. Comm.27

e. “If one has the power to prohibit or prevent a thing but does not, it is as though he did the thing himself” 2 Inst. 146; 3 Inst. 158

I am of lawful age to make this verified complaint.
I am of sound mind and not under the guardianship of another.

In Witness Whereof, knowing the law of bearing false witness before God and men, I solemnly affirm that the above-stated facts in this complaint I’ve made against Steven Shurtleff, the 12 Committee Members and the 189 house members, are to the best of my knowledge, true, correct and complete.

I am domiciled in the ___________________ County, New Hampshire and I may be contacted by phone at _____________.

Sign ____________________________

Inscribed before me/us on this _____Day of________ 2013

My commission expires ______________________

Notary signature __________________________

Seal of Notary or Justice of the Peace —>>>

This Verified Complaint must be witnessed by a notary above  – or – two People below.

Witness #1 ______________________________        Phone _________________

Witness #2 ______________________________        Phone _________________

 

Exhibit “A”

___________________________________________________________

HB 135 – AS AMENDED BY THE HOUSE

27Mar2013… 0341h
2013 SESSION
13-0281
04/09

HOUSE BILL     135

AN ACT         relative to physical force in defense of a person and relative to the definition of non-deadly force.

SPONSORS:     Rep. Shurtleff, Merrimack 11

COMMITTEE:     Criminal Justice and Public Safety

_______________________________________________________

AMENDED ANALYSIS

This bill eliminates the provision allowing a person to use deadly force anywhere he or she has a right to be.

– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Explanation:

Matter added to current law appears in bold italics.
Matter removed from current law appears [in brackets and struckthrough.]
Matter which is either (a) all new or (b) repealed and reenacted appears in regular type

135 – AS AMENDED BY THE HOUSE

27Mar2013… 0341h
13-0281
04/09
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Thirteen

AN ACT     relative to physical force in defense of a person and relative to the definition of non-deadly force.

Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:

1     Physical Force in Defense of a Person. Amend RSA 627:1 4, III to read as follows:
2               III. A person is not justified in using deadly force on another to defend himself or herself or a
3     third person from deadly force by the other if he or she knows that he or she and the third person
4     can, with complete safety:
5               (a) Retreat from the encounter, except that he or she is not required to retreat if he or
6     she is within his or her dwelling[,] or its curtilage, [or anywhere he or she has a right to be,] and was
7     not the initial aggressor; or
8               (b) Surrender property to a person asserting a claim of right thereto; or
9               (c) Comply with a demand that he or she abstain from performing an act which he or she
10     is not obliged to perform; nor is the use of deadly force justifiable when, with the purpose of causing
11     death or serious bodily harm, the person has provoked the use of force against himself or herself in
12     the same encounter; or
13             (d) If he or she is a law enforcement officer or a private person assisting the officer at the
14     officer’s direction and was acting pursuant to RSA 627:5, the person need not retreat.
15         2 Effective Date. This act shall take effect 60 days after its passage.

 

Exhibit “B”

____________________________________________________________

189 Yea Votes on HB135

 

Party County District Vote
Aguiar, James Democrat Grafton 07 Yea
Alicea, Caroletta Democrat Merrimack 08 Yea
Almy, Susan Democrat Grafton 13 Yea
Ames, Richard Democrat Cheshire 09 Yea
Andrews, Christopher Democrat Merrimack 23 Yea
Andrews-Ahearn, E. Elaine Democrat Rockingham 37 Yea
Arsenault, Beth Democrat Belknap 09 Yea
Baber, William Democrat Strafford 14 Yea
Backus, Robert Democrat Hillsborough 19 Yea
Bartlett, Christy Democrat Merrimack 19 Yea
Beaulieu, Jane Democrat Hillsborough 45 Yea
Benn, Bernard Democrat Grafton 12 Yea
Berch, Paul Democrat Cheshire 01 Yea
Berube, Roger Democrat Strafford 18 Yea
Bixby, Peter Democrat Strafford 17 Yea
Booras, Efstathia Democrat Hillsborough 33 Yea
Borden, David Democrat Rockingham 24 Yea
Bouchard, Candace Democrat Merrimack 18 Yea
Briden, Steven Democrat Rockingham 18 Yea
Brown, Pamela Democrat Hillsborough 31 Yea
Burdwood, Greg Democrat Strafford 17 Yea
Burke, Rachel Democrat Strafford 02 Yea
Burridge, Delmar Democrat Cheshire 16 Yea
Burtis, Elizabeth Democrat Rockingham 06 Yea
Butler, Edward Democrat Carroll 07 Yea
Butynski, William Democrat Cheshire 01 Yea
Cahill, Michael Democrat Rockingham 17 Yea
Cali-Pitts, Jacqueline Democrat Rockingham 30 Yea
Campbell, David Democrat Hillsborough 33 Yea
Carroll, Douglas Democrat Hillsborough 34 Yea
Carson, Clyde Democrat Merrimack 07 Yea
Chandley, Shannon Democrat Hillsborough 22 Yea
Chase, Cynthia Democrat Cheshire 08 Yea
Cloutier, John Democrat Sullivan 10 Yea
Connor, Evelyn Democrat Hillsborough 02 Yea
Cooney, Mary Democrat Grafton 08 Yea
Coulombe, Gary Democrat Coos 03 Yea
Cushing, Robert Democrat Rockingham 21 Yea
Davis, Frank Democrat Merrimack 20 Yea
DiMartino, Lisa Democrat Belknap 02 Yea
DiSilvestro, Linda Democrat Hillsborough 09 Yea
Eaton, Daniel Democrat Cheshire 03 Yea
Ebel, Karen Democrat Merrimack 05 Yea
Emerson-Brown, Rebecca Democrat Rockingham 27 Yea
Enman, Larry Democrat Coos 01 Yea
Fields, Dennis Republican Belknap 04 Yea
Flockhart, Eileen Democrat Rockingham 18 Yea
Ford, Susan Democrat Grafton 03 Yea
Frazer, June Democrat Merrimack 13 Yea
French, Barbara Democrat Merrimack 06 Yea
Friedrich, Carol Democrat Grafton 16 Yea
Gage, Ruth Democrat Hillsborough 06 Yea
Gagnon, Raymond Democrat Sullivan 05 Yea
Gale, Sylvia Democrat Hillsborough 28 Yea
Gardner, Janice Democrat Strafford 15 Yea
Garrity, Patrick Democrat Hillsborough 14 Yea
Gile, Mary Democrat Merrimack 27 Yea
Ginsburg, Philip Democrat Strafford 06 Yea
Gorman, Mary Democrat Hillsborough 31 Yea
Gottling, Suzanne Democrat Sullivan 02 Yea
Grady, Brenda Democrat Hillsborough 21 Yea
Grassie, Anne Democrat Strafford 11 Yea
Grossman, Kenneth Democrat Strafford 04 Yea
Hackel, Paul Democrat Hillsborough 29 Yea
Hammon, Marcia Democrat Coos 05 Yea
Hammond, Jill Democrat Hillsborough 24 Yea
Hansberry, Daniel Democrat Hillsborough 35 Yea
Harding, Laurie Democrat Grafton 13 Yea
Harriott-Gathright, Linda Democrat Hillsborough 36 Yea
Hatch, William Democrat Coos 06 Yea
Heden, Ruth Democrat Hillsborough 23 Yea
Heffron, Frank Democrat Rockingham 18 Yea
Helmstetter, Barbara Democrat Rockingham 09 Yea
Henle, Paul Democrat Merrimack 12 Yea
Higgins, Patricia Democrat Grafton 12 Yea
Hirsch, Geoffrey Democrat Merrimack 06 Yea
Hooper, Dorothea Democrat Strafford 16 Yea
Horrigan, Timothy Democrat Strafford 06 Yea
Hubbard, Pamela Democrat Strafford 12 Yea
Huot, David Democrat Belknap 03 Yea
Irwin, Virginia Democrat Sullivan 06 Yea
Jeudy, Jean Democrat Hillsborough 10 Yea
Johnsen, Gladys Democrat Cheshire 07 Yea
Kaen, Naida Democrat Strafford 05 Yea
Karrick, David Democrat Merrimack 25 Yea
Katsiantonis, Thomas Democrat Hillsborough 15 Yea
Kelly, Sally Democrat Merrimack 20 Yea
Ketel, Stephen Democrat Strafford 17 Yea
Kidder, David Republican Merrimack 05 Yea
Knowles, Mary Ann Democrat Hillsborough 37 Yea
Kopka, Angeline Democrat Hillsborough 28 Yea
Lauer, Linda Democrat Grafton 15 Yea
Lefebvre, Benjamin Democrat Sullivan 01 Yea
Leishman, Peter Democrat Hillsborough 24 Yea
Lerandeau, Alfred Democrat Cheshire 12 Yea
Levasseur, Nickolas Democrat Hillsborough 11 Yea
Levesque, Melanie Democrat Hillsborough 26 Yea
Ley, Douglas Democrat Cheshire 09 Yea
Long, Patrick Democrat Hillsborough 42 Yea
Lovejoy, Patricia Democrat Rockingham 36 Yea
Lovett, Sid Democrat Grafton 08 Yea
MacKay, James Democrat Merrimack 14 Yea
MacKay, Mariellen Democrat Hillsborough 30 Yea
Malloy, Dennis Democrat Strafford 04 Yea
Manley, Jonathan Democrat Hillsborough 03 Yea
Mann, John Democrat Cheshire 02 Yea
Mann, Maureen Democrat Rockingham 32 Yea
Massimilla, Linda Democrat Grafton 01 Yea
McCloskey, David Democrat Hillsborough 16 Yea
McNamara, Richard Democrat Hillsborough 38 Yea
Menear, H. Robert Democrat Strafford 25 Yea
Miller, David Democrat Strafford 23 Yea
Moffett, Howard Democrat Merrimack 09 Yea
Moynihan, Wayne Democrat Coos 02 Yea
Mulholland, Catherine Democrat Grafton 17 Yea
Muns, Chris Democrat Rockingham 21 Yea
Myler, Mel Democrat Merrimack 10 Yea
Nelson, Mary Democrat Hillsborough 35 Yea
Nordgren, Sharon Democrat Grafton 12 Yea
O’Brien, Michael Democrat Hillsborough 36 Yea
O’Hearne, Andrew Democrat Sullivan 03 Yea
Pantelakos, Laura Democrat Rockingham 25 Yea
Parkhurst, Henry Democrat Cheshire 13 Yea
Pastor, Beatriz Democrat Grafton 12 Yea
Perry, Robert Democrat Strafford 03 Yea
Phillips, Larry Democrat Cheshire 05 Yea
Piper, Wendy Democrat Grafton 10 Yea
Porter, Marjorie Democrat Hillsborough 01 Yea
Ratzki, Mario Democrat Merrimack 01 Yea
Raymond, Ian Democrat Belknap 04 Yea
Rice, Chip Democrat Merrimack 27 Yea
Richardson, Gary Democrat Merrimack 10 Yea
Roberts, Kris Democrat Cheshire 04 Yea
Robertson, Timothy Democrat Cheshire 06 Yea
Rogers, Katherine Democrat Merrimack 28 Yea
Rogers, Rose Marie Democrat Strafford 22 Yea
Rollo, Deanna Democrat Strafford 18 Yea
Rosenwald, Cindy Democrat Hillsborough 30 Yea
Sad, Tara Democrat Cheshire 01 Yea
Scarlotto, Joe Democrat Rockingham 31 Yea
Schamberg, Thomas Democrat Merrimack 04 Yea
Schlachman, Donna Democrat Rockingham 18 Yea
Schmidt, Andrew Democrat Sullivan 01 Yea
Schmidt, Janice Democrat Hillsborough 28 Yea
Schmidt, Peter Democrat Strafford 19 Yea
Schuett, Dianne Democrat Merrimack 20 Yea
Shattuck, Gilman Democrat Hillsborough 01 Yea
Shepardson, Marjorie Democrat Cheshire 10 Yea
Sherman, Thomas Democrat Rockingham 24 Yea
Shurtleff, Stephen Democrat Merrimack 11 Yea
Smith, Marjorie Democrat Strafford 06 Yea
Smith, Suzanne Democrat Grafton 08 Yea
Smith, Timothy Democrat Hillsborough 17 Yea
Spainhower, Dale Democrat Strafford 18 Yea
Spang, Judith Democrat Strafford 06 Yea
Spratt, Stephen Democrat Hillsborough 04 Yea
Stevens, Audrey Democrat Strafford 07 Yea
Sullivan, Daniel Democrat Hillsborough 42 Yea
Sullivan, Peter Democrat Hillsborough 10 Yea
Sweeney, Cynthia Democrat Sullivan 08 Yea
Sykes, George Democrat Grafton 13 Yea
Tatro, Bruce Democrat Cheshire 15 Yea
Theberge, Robert Democrat Coos 03 Yea
Thomas, Yvonne Democrat Coos 03 Yea
Ticehurst, Susan Democrat Carroll 03 Yea
Till, Mary Democrat Rockingham 06 Yea
Tilton, Joy Democrat Merrimack 03 Yea
Townsend, Charles Democrat Grafton 11 Yea
Turcotte, Alan Democrat Merrimack 22 Yea
Vail, Suzanne Democrat Hillsborough 29 Yea
Vaillancourt, Steve Republican Hillsborough 15 Yea
Verschueren, James Democrat Strafford 13 Yea
Wall, Janet Democrat Strafford 06 Yea
Wallner, Mary Jane Democrat Merrimack 10 Yea
Walsh, Robert Democrat Hillsborough 11 Yea
Walz, Mary Beth Democrat Merrimack 23 Yea
Ward, Gerald Democrat Rockingham 28 Yea
Ward, Kenneth Democrat Strafford 21 Yea
Watrous, Rick Democrat Merrimack 16 Yea
Wazlaw, Brian Democrat Rockingham 29 Yea
Webb, Leigh Democrat Merrimack 03 Yea
Weber, Lucy Democrat Cheshire 01 Yea
Weed, Charles Democrat Cheshire 16 Yea
White, Andrew Democrat Grafton 13 Yea
White, Syndi Democrat Carroll 02 Yea
Whittemore, Lisa Democrat Rockingham 05 Yea
Williams, Kermit Democrat Hillsborough 04 Yea
Woodbury, David Democrat Hillsborough 05 Yea
Young, Harry Democrat Cheshire 14 Yea

 

1 Samples taken from “Maxims of Law” Compiled and Edited by Charles A. Weisman, available for $7.50 at http://www.seek-info.com/legal.htm