Martha Fuller Clark’s Version of 8 is enough… Or is it?

by Steve MacDonald

We are often privvy to things around here we are not encouraged to share right away.  Here’s one that just popped up on WMUR.Democrats use domicile to allow out of state influence in local elections

State Sen. Martha Fuller Clark, D-District 21, has eight people registered to vote under her single-family address in Portsmouth. Several of them came to New Hampshire to work on campaigns for various periods of time and voted in elections before moving on.

When asked about the legitimacy of their domicile status, Clark said:

“By and large, the young people who stayed with me were committed to New Hampshire, but given their age, whether they intended to stay is impossible to predict.”

Talk about a total BS answer.  State Senator Clark was housing professional campaign workers who do not live here but voted here.  Who very likely voted for her and every other Democrat up and down that ticket.  Then they left because that is why they came.  To vote for Democrats.

We had this under control but a ruling by Judge Lewis, Democrat, punched a big enough hole in the domicile law to allow it….weeks before the big election.  Holes that had been put there by Democrats from 2007 to 2010 which the Republicans finally managed to plug, briefly.  But Judge Lewis unplugged them, on schedule, at the request of the political left wing activist group called the League of Women Voters.  He just signed off on their request and BAM! Anyone from anywhere could come here and vote.  They just had to claim they were “committed” long enough to cast a ballot.

And that, to Democrats, is not vote stealing. It is not unethical, not immoral, it’s not even cheating to them.

As for the impossible to predict part…I predict people have “moved” into Martha Fuller Clark’s house for voting purposes before, and then moved back out right after.    I also predict that she is not the only Democrat doing it.  And I don’t just mean NH Democrat House Rep Cindy Rosenwald either.

Note- I changed the title of the post.  Too long.

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  • dwjoae

    Who complains about Voter ID more than ANYONE? Oops! Who are the only ones to complain about Voter ID? The Democrats? WHY? They are the ones perpetrating all the fraud! Oops! The illegal aliens they support do, or did, or both?

  • Steve

    Its not illegal when the Democrats and their Judges make it legal.

    They’ve been doing it for years. NH’s real voters need to wake up and see that they are being robbed of their legitimate votes by Democrat acivists, college students who should be voting absentee back home, and transient campaign workers.

    They are stealig elections every single cycle by doing this “within the shady laws” they crafted or corrupted for that very purpose.

  • Susan

    Committed my a**. Permit me to quote Scarlett: “What a smooth liar you are…”

  • BruceMacMahon

    Senator Fuller-Clark has corrupted the cornerstone of our citizen government. She needs to resign her seat and be prosecuted on charges of election tampering.

    The resignation part, of course, would require morals and integrity, not strong suits of the “progressive” left.

  • allen

    I still say we should do the same thing. invite conservative/libertarian MA voters to “stay” at various houses in NH. and then come and vote. it’s not like their votes count in MA anyways.

    they don’t have to change their drivers licenses, or register their cars, or anything (college students don’t and they still get to vote here, right?) probably at a minimum they have one bill or piece of mail redirected to their new “residence” in NH.

    we need to start going rules-lawyer munchkin (am I the only one that gets these old-school gamer references?) on these people. push every stupid law they pass to help get themselves elected back at them 10 times over until it breaks.

  • Caligula

    What’s that old saying? “When in Rome do as the Romans do.” There’s the law and then there’s ethics. Evidently it’s legal to do what Senator Martha Clark did. But it’s unethical. I say it’s time to be unethical when it comes to elections. Why? Because our Republic is at stake. I’m going to go find a bunch of ‘committed’ people to vote in the next election. How about you?

    • gadsdengurl

      Let’s invite the 20,000 free staters who are committed to moving here for real. They can use my address to vote. I’ll be happy to help. Two can play this game.

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  • Timothy Horrigan

    2 of those 8 people are Sen. Clark and her spouse. A 3rd person is her adult son. Is it still OK with you guys if 20-somethings live with their parents and vote? (I am not so sure, given the stink which was made for no good reason recently about Molly Shaheen.)

    The other 5 people are indeed non-relatives who were for whatever reason living with Sen. Clark and her family. It’s not really your business or mine to worry too much about who they were or why she invited them to stay in her home.

    • gadsdengurl

      Uh we thought you resigned for untoward comments about Sarah Palin’s death? Get lost creep.

    • granitegrok

      I don’t care if immediate family members are at her home. I don’t care if visitors come and go either.

      It IS our business when they come to “visit” and then VOTE on election day, and then (conveniently), return to their own homes.

      That is invalidating MY vote and is voting fraud. You hate voter fraud, too, right Timothy? Don’t you want to empower your fellow State Citizens by not allowing these cheaters to do so?

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