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Jared Steven Cram Cram Cram Cram Vote-Fraud Cram Eggs and Cram

by Steve MacDonald November 21, 2014
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You may recall Jared Steven Cram.  He’s a former union research hack,  former NH Democrat House candidate, Pennsylvania lawyer (currently attorney with TD Bank), and serial vote thief we’ve mentioned a few times. Since his introduction as another vote-stealing Democrat, activists and local papers (Milford Cabinet?) have been in denial, claiming that Cram has been […]

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CNHT Voter Integrity Project

by Ed Naile October 30, 2014

Anyone who has a history of working on elections in New Hampshire is aware of how corrupted by out of state, transient voters and special interests our once locally run elections have become. If you, as a NH citizen, would like to help return integrity to our elections here is how you can help. And […]

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Remember Vote and Sign Thief Geoff Wetrosky?

by Ed Naile October 24, 2014

Notorious sign and vote thief Geoff Wetrosky of South Dakota is still out there lurking around politics. At The Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers we keep track of him, especially because he came here from out of state and stole NH votes – twice. In 2005 he was an errand boy sign stealer for John […]

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GrokTALK! Yes! NH Has Vote Fraud w/ Ed Naile

by Steve MacDonald September 29, 2014
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In this segment CNHT chairman Ed Naile talks about  Secretary of State Bill Gardner’s voter fraud ‘Confession’ interview with the UL. Yes, New Hampshire, there is Voter Fraud in your state and local elections. Ed explores the power a NH Secretary of State might actually have to ensure clean elections (along with the courts and […]

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What To Do About Voter Fraud

by Ed Naile September 26, 2014

Because this issue is so relevant I will be doing a series of stories about it – that would be the NH Secretary of State’s “interview” with the Manchester paper. In the “interview,” which asked no relevant questions, Sec. of State Bill Gardner mentions that he himself saw an AmeriCorps team from out of state […]

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Who Cares Enough To Protect Your Vote – And State?

by Ed Naile August 15, 2014

Congratulations to these individuals who took the weekly CNHT Voter Fraud Workshop at the CNHT office on 8 North Main St. last evening. They now are armed with the basic documents that expose the outright fraud conducted against the domiciled taxpayers of NH by our activist judges, NH AG’s Office and Secretary of State in […]

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All Goffstown ‘Republican’ Candidates Should Just Take A Pledge or Two…or Three….

by Steve MacDonald August 15, 2014
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I’ve been having an invigorating debate on Facebook with Pam Manney about some candidates running as Republicans in Goffstown.  I like Pam, but I think we’re just going to have to disagree on a few things.  She seems to think I am making claims without evidence, particularly with regard to candidate Barbara Griffin.  I guess […]

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GrokTALK! August 9th, 2014 – the videos

by Skip August 9, 2014

To be honest, not a lot to watch as two of our segments had call in guests and it was just Steve and I in studio this week.  But, here they are! Segment 1 – News of the Day and Week  with Groksters Mike (on phone), Steve, and Skip Segment 2 – NH State Rep […]

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CNHT Annual Picnic – Candidates for NH State House : John Burt, Lawrence Cheetham, JR Hoell, David Murotake

by Skip July 13, 2014

And the last of the candidates – and again, they are running for the NH House of Representatives: John Burt – Hillsborough County District 39 Lawrence Cheetham – Hillsborough County District 7 JR Hoell – Merrimack County District 23 David Murotake – Hillsborough County District 32                 John Burt                                                         Lawrence Cheetham    […]

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CNHT Annual Picnic – Candidates for NH State House : Frank Edelblut, Michelle Levell, Nick Zaricki

by Skip July 13, 2014

Having finished with the candidates for the NH State Senate, it is now time to turn to those activists that are now going to run either for re-election or for the first time: Frank Edelblut – Hillsborough District 38 Michelle Levell – Rockingham District 7 Nick Zaricki – Hillsborough District 6    Frank Edelblut                                                      Michelle […]

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CNHT Annual Picnic – Candidates for NH State Senate: George Lambert, Kathy Lauer-Rago, Lydia Dube Harmon, Dennis Lamare

by Skip July 12, 2014

Still even MORE candidates for NH State Senate speak at the CNHT Annual picnic held last Saturday in Hillsborough, NH.  Lots of folks showed up as it IS considered to be Old Home Day for conservative activists in the State.  Here are three more folks that believe that they can make a difference: Kathy Lauer-Rago, […]

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CNHT Annual Picnic – Candidates for NH State Senate District 11: Gary Daniels, Dan Hynes, Maureen Mooney

by Skip July 11, 2014

Certainly, there are many more candidates than just those that have already spoken; there are plenty more to come.  Vying for either the NH State Senate directly as the NH GOP nominar (they do not have a primary) or will be striving to be that after September 9th (the day of the NH Primary).  Here are […]

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CNHT Annual Picnic – NH State Rep Dan Itse “What IS the role of elected officials in NH”

by Skip July 11, 2014

And I bet that NH State Rep Dan Itse doubts that it is this: NH State Rep Leigh Webb (D): “The role of government is to legislate behavior“ Regardless of what Progressives want to believe (and force upon us), that is not their Constitutional role.  Find out: Previous Video: 

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CNHT Annual Picnic – Dr. Betsy McCaughey

by Skip July 11, 2014

Not only did Dr. Betsy McCaughey spend a few minutes with GraniteGrok in an exclusive interview (Steve has the audio here – eventually I’ll get the video up) but she was the Keynote Speaker at the CNHT Annual Meeting.  She is ALWAYS well prepared and know how to present her points: Previous Video: CNHT 2014 Annual […]

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GrokTALK! CNHT Picnic – Jim Rubens

by Steve MacDonald July 9, 2014
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Our CNHT Picnic edition of GrokTALK! continues as Jim Rubens, former NH State Senator, and candidate for the US Senate, stops by the GrokTable to talk about issues, and his primary race to challenge Democrat Jeanne Shaheen Listen You Can Also Listen or Download Here This segment is also available on the podcast page if […]

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GrokTALK! CNHT Picnic – Dr. Betsy McCaughey

by Steve MacDonald July 9, 2014
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Our CNHT Picnic edition of GrokTALK! continues as Dr. Betsy McCaughey (McCoy), one of the foremost experts on the actual ObamaCare law as written (and  the keynote speaker at this years CNHT Picnic), joins us to talk ObamaCare, and the upcoming employer mandate. Listen You Can Also Listen or Download Here This segment is also […]

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CNHT Annual Picnic – 2014 Congressional (NH-CD1) Primary Candidates: Frank Guinta, Dan Innis, Brendan Kelly

by Skip July 8, 2014

Just as in the Senatorial race, more people are in the race than who showed up this past Saturday at the CNHT Annual Picnic – in the First District, only Everett Jabour (Barrington) did not make an appearance and speak to the activist crowds.  Here are the speeches by the others:    Frank Guinta                                             […]

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GrokTALK! CNHT Picnic – Sen. Bob Smith

by Steve MacDonald July 8, 2014
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Our CNHT Picnic edition of GrokTALK! continues some more, as Senator Bob SMith sits down to talk about the issues, Senator Shaheen, Scott Brown, Republican principles, and making unpopular choices because without them we can’t come back from the brink. Here’s our interview with Senator Smith You Can Also Listen or Download Here This segment […]

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GrokTALK! CNHT Picnic – Col. Gary Lambert

by Steve MacDonald July 8, 2014
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Our CNHT Picnic edition of GrokTALK! continues with Col. Gary Lambert. Gary is in a primary to challenge current Democrat Congresswoman Congressperson Obama-Rubber-Stamp Annie Ann McLane Kuster for the NH congressional District two seat. Here’s our interview with Gary. You Can Also Listen or Download Here This segment is also available on the podcast page […]

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CNHT Annual Picnic – Former NH Speaker Bill O’Brien

by Skip July 8, 2014

As Steve has the audio of our interview with Speaker Bill O’Brien, please know that he also spoke from the speakers’ podium.  First, if you have the need to know. Thus, with no further ado: The Democrats have demonized him because he actually stood up for and have the results that he believes in smaller, limited […]

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CNHT Annual Picnic – 2014 Senatorial Primary Candidates: Bob Smith, Jim Rubens, Bob Heghmann

by Skip July 7, 2014

The CNHT Annual Picnic also had time for those running for the US Senate to speak.  I bet you only thought that 4 people were running for the NH GOP nomination for US Senate from NH (and give Jeanne Shaheen her retirement): Scott P. Brown Jim Rubens Bob Smith Karen Testerman (who has retired from the […]

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GrokTALK! CNHT Picnic – Andrew Hemingway, Brian Tilton, Dan Itse

by Steve MacDonald July 7, 2014
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We did things a bit differently on GrokTALK! this week, live streaming (intermittently) from the CNHT picnic in Hillsborough, New Hampshire. So the post-production end product of hat even will be slightly different. Most of the content will go up as interviews with individual candidates or activists, but there were three parts of the event […]

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Where’s GrokTALK!

by Steve MacDonald July 7, 2014
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Where’s GrokTALK! for July 5th?  I’m working on it.  We had over three and one-half hours of audio from the CNHT Picnic.   I have also been very busy with non-blogger related business, so time has not been abundant.  Things like holidays, family, yard-work, and unfinished home improvement projects have kept me away from the […]

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CNHT Annual Picnic – 2014 NH Gubernatorial Primary Candidates

by Skip July 6, 2014

As for all of the posts from the CNHT Annual Picnic, anytime you see the word “primary”, think “Republican Primary” – again, this is Old Home Day for Conservative Activists.  That said, at some point there might be a Democrat that would come to speak (and might actually get a bit more attention at the […]

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CNHT Annual Picnic – GraniteGrok Endorsement for Andrew Hemingway in the 2014 NH Gubernatorial Primary

by Skip July 6, 2014

We also gave out one (but only one) other Endorsement at yesterday’s CNHT Annual Picnic - and that was for Andrew Hemingway who is vying for the 2014 NH GOP NH Gubernatorial Primary against Walt Havenstein.  When he called me, years ago now on a dark and stormy February nite (yeah, it was during a blizzard) asking […]

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CNHT Annual Picnic – GraniteGrok Endorsement for Jane Cormier in the 2014 NH State Senate District 16 Primary

by Skip July 6, 2014

We at GraniteGrok are going to be exceedingly stingy with endorsements this year.  It isn’t because of poor candidate quality – indeed, there are some very good candidates that have decided that they have positive things to offer to NH citizens that want a limited government.  One that will stop overreaching and spending their money “on […]

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CNHT Annual Picnic – The Straw Poll

by Skip July 6, 2014

Off year elections means no Presidential Poll this time (thought I bet there may be next year!) but certainly we get to concentrate on the right and proper thing – home town and State level elections.  Certainly, as you will hear Rich say when I put up the US Senate candidate videos, the NH US […]

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CNHT Straw Poll Results -2014

by Steve MacDonald July 6, 2014
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Yesterday I tweeted out the CNHT Straw poll results as they were announced, but I never had the time to post the actual results.  CNHT’s Straw poll is known for its accuracy as it takes a sample of the core conservative and libertarian grassroots activists–something we insiders have another name for.  Primary voters. (Just noticed…Skip […]

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GrokTALK! Live (All Day) From The CNHT Annual Picnic (Updated)

by Steve MacDonald July 5, 2014
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Update – Change in start time-  We will be going on the air by 11:30 am It’s time for CNHT’s annual Picnic.  There will be more than wenty candidates for elected office, and a long list of speakers including the keynote by Dr. Betsy McCaughey.  The Event starts at 11a, EST.  We will live streaming […]

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Hassen It Been A While Since You Could Fill Up For Under $80.00?

by Ed Naile July 1, 2014

A Letter from a CNHT Member up North: Dear editor, Please print this article in your newspaper ASAP. “All NH residents to pay for I – 93 widening, or so it seems!” In northern NH, a region plagued with gas prices 15 to 20 cents per gallon consistently higher than southern NH, adding another deliberate […]

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