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Isn’t that what it’s supposed to be? A deterrent? – Part 2

Earlier I pointed out that the high penalty for violating SB3 is $5000 which is being used as an argument against allowing the law to come into force (“The $5,000 fine is financially crushing to college students“).  This was pointed out as part of the Democrat testimony against SB3 (reformatted, emphasis mine): Recent UNH graduate …

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New Hampshire Secretary of State Confused About Voter Fraud, Laws, Words, Election Integrity

The lunacy involving NH permitting illegal, out-of-state voting which has continued because there seems to be a complete misunderstanding of how laws work, and what words mean. I can’t even begin to imagine how people in charge of New Hampshire’s election laws read a court case. There is solid proof they only accept parts of …

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Guare, The No Win Case

Take a look at some of the more interesting parts of the 2014 Guare v. NH case that was meant to codify out-of-state, unqualified voter’s participation in New Hampshire elections. You can see how this case, in my opinion, was never meant to be won by “our side.” My comments are in parenthesis. Supreme Court …

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Democrats are Still Colluding With Out-of-State Voters to Steal NH Elections

The State Supreme Court has ruled (in its analysis of HB1264, which the governor then signed yesterday) that out-of-state college students do not have more rights than actual citizens of New Hampshire. They are not entitled to a special exclusion from the responsibilities actual residents accept including registering vehicles in the Granite State or obtaining a …

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Here is the problem with crying “poll tax” in a crowded dorm.

After decades of accepting non-citizens votes as equal to a qualified citizen’s vote, the New Hampshire State Supreme Court has acknowledged in its recent opinion that one must be domiciled in New Hampshire to vote here. This means that being domiciled in our state carries certain responsibilities – the same responsibilities as that of any …

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Sununu Signs HB1264 – Clarifying Residence and Domicile for Voting Purposes.

Ed Nail has been all over this, naturally but I just finished reading the decision so while you should read all of Ed’s remarks I want to try to use the court’s judgment to clarify what just happened when Governor Sununu signed HB1264 into law. An excerpt from the State Supreme Court’s decision will help us …

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To: New Hampshire State Supreme Court, From: Coalition of NH Taxpayers Chairman, Ed Naile

To: New Hampshire State Supreme Court From: Coalition of NH Taxpayers Chairman, Ed Naile 8 North Main St. Concord, NH 03301 Re: Court Review of NH Election Law Legislation Date: May 29, 2018 M E M O R A N D U M    OF    L A W Statement of Facts: New Hampshire has …

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Some Thoughts on the House Bill 1264 Memoranda Filed With the Supreme Court — Part II

VOLINSKY and PAPPAS Volinsky and Pappas devote their memorandum to arguing that the Court should duck the questions transferred by the Governor.  Because I already covered their argument in my discussion of the Attorney General’s memorandum, I will not repeat it here. STATE SENATE The State Senate’s attorney, Rick Lehmann, researched the history of the term …

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Some Thoughts on the House Bill 1264 Memoranda Filed With the Supreme Court — Part III

DEMOCRAT STATE SENATORS WOODBURN, SOUCY, AND FELTES  As I discussed in Part I, the primary argument of these Democrat State Senators —like the ACLU and like the Democrat Executive Councilors— is that the Court should not return answers to the questions.  Because I already addressed this argument in my discussion of the Attorney General’s memorandum in …

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