Election

Update: No Change In N.H. House Winners After Derry Recount

by Ellen Kolb September 18, 2018

A quick follow-up to the Grok’s post-primary New Hampshire House election summary: this morning’s recount of Derry votes confirms that incumbent Rep. Brenda Willis will not be moving on to the general election. She was edged out by Stephen Pearson by ten votes for the final spot on the Republican slate of candidates for House […]

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Get Off Your Ass and Vote!

by Steve MacDonald September 11, 2018

Welcome to the New Hampshire Primary. It’s been a long time coming. We’ve been poked and prodded for our thoughts since before January. We’ve made an endorsement or two and posted op-eds from a number of candidates for races around the state. And today is the day. Democrats are expected to come out in force […]

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Obama is Back – Just in Time To Harpoon Democrat Chances in November

by Steve MacDonald September 10, 2018

Nancy Pelosi is the most polarizing politician on the left. Invoking her name gets Republicans to the polls. Next in line for that honor is Barack Obama. The single most destructive force to Democrat election chances in American history. When Obama speaks, Republicans show up to vote against Democrats. Last week Obama spoke. He called […]

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Democrats Couldn’t ‘Find’ Enough Votes – Troy Balderson Wins US House Seat.

by Steve MacDonald August 25, 2018

That special election in Ohio that was going to be the next “final nail in the coffin of the Trump ascendency” or whatever his downfall is being labeled as this week, didn’t happen. But it started out grand. The media was very excited about how close it was. Al Franken-esque “look what I found mom” ballot discoveries […]

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Michael Yakubovich – An American Story

by Op-Ed August 21, 2018

by Michael Yakubovich It is with great pleasure that I announce my candidacy for New Hampshire State Representative from Hooksett (Merrimack 24). I live in Hooksett with my wife, Marika, and son, Max. We also have a daughter in college. Professionally, I work as a computer engineer and have a master’s degree in computer science. Family […]

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Expert: 170 Registered Voters in Ohio’s 12th District Listed as Over 116 Years Old

by Steve MacDonald August 9, 2018

That’s Breitbart’s Headline, but I couldn’t think of a better one. It also reminds me of what one reader called the Al Franken effect. Votes from dead people. Votes turning up in corners of precincts or the back of some poll worker’s car. The tally of which always (against all statistical probability) favor the Democrat by a wide […]

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Scott Adams: Vote Republican in 2018 or ‘They’re coming for you next.’

by Steve MacDonald June 28, 2018

Dilbert creator Scott Adams stopped doing public appearances because, even though he’s not a Republican, he has said things about Mr. Trump’s remarkable persuasion tactics. As such, he doesn’t feel safe. The Trump haters present too much of a threat to his safety. He thinks that culture could get much worse if Democrats win in November.

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Grok Poll (Works, Now!)- Would You Vote Republican In Nov. to Keep Nancy Pelosi from Becoming Speaker?

by Steve MacDonald June 14, 2018

Update – Sorry for not realizing the poll was fubar. I believe this has been corrected and you should be able to vote now. If not please let me know.  It’s still early but the current forecast shows the U.S. House could flip to a Democrat Majority by one seat. That one seat probably makes Nancy Pelosi […]

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Rewind: Trump’s Polling A Month Before the 2016 Election

by Steve MacDonald April 2, 2018

In October 2016 Mr. Trump’s electoral circumstances were new and unique but the way he was being treated by his own party and the press were not. Dr. Matt Briggs (Ph.D. is statistics) and I have a great conversation about how the press treated Reagan in 1980 and how it may have affected polling before […]

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Ed Naile Explains The FEC Complaint and Ruling Against Bernie Sanders

by Steve MacDonald March 8, 2018

CNHT Chairman Ed Naile walks me through the backstory leading up to an FEC complaint that resulted in a $14,500.00 fine levied against Bernie Sanders for colluding with Australian Socialists in his 2016 Presidential Campaign. We also discuss the FEC ruling and what it means for New Hampshire Elections. Find more ways to listen here

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Ed Naile Explains The FEC Complaint and Ruling Against Bernie Sanders

by Steve MacDonald March 8, 2018

CNHT Chairman Ed Naile walks me through the backstory leading up to an FEC complaint that resulted in a $14,500.00 fine levied against Bernie Sanders for colluding with Australian Socialists in his 2016 Presidential Campaign. We also discuss the FEC ruling and what it means for New Hampshire Elections. Follow us on Google Play Also Available on […]

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Pat Long Gone

by Ed Naile November 19, 2017

Ward 3 Manchester, NH Alderman Pat Long lost a seat on that board by just seven votes out of over a thousand cast. That is a close race. I wonder if Pat Long has any second thoughts about elections and “one man one vote” now that he has time on his hands? It wasn’t that […]

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Republicans Win Special Election in Grafton County – Retain NH House Seat

by Steve MacDonald September 6, 2017

The Valley News is reporting that the Republicans won a special election in Grafton District 9. Grafton — A Bridgewater, N.H., Republican has won a special election for the open Grafton 9 district, retaining GOP control of the New Hampshire House seat. Vincent Paul Migliore won 611 votes in Tuesday voting, defeating Bristol Democrat Joshua Adjutant, […]

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Russian Press Secretary On Election Meddling, Trump, and Clinton

by Steve MacDonald March 13, 2017

The Kremiln says hacking a US election is not even possible. Notes that the Ambassador met with both campaigns but not about the election. H/T GatewayPundit

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Windham election: Al Letizio Jr. and Dennis Senibaldi bring ‘nasty’ back to the school board

by Kimberly Morin March 12, 2017

On Tuesday, towns across New Hampshire will be holding local elections, including Windham. While many elections can sometimes be petty, recent school board elections in Windham tend to be contentious. Certain people in the town like to have power and when they are on the cusp of losing it or when they have lost it […]

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Ain’t That Tweet – Trump vs. Creepstate

by Ed Naile March 6, 2017

It appears Donald trump wants in on the latest media narrative, the one with no evidence, the one the media has been pumping for all its worth about Russians stealing the election from Hillary. And all he had to do was toss a couple words into a tweet. Timing is everything in comedy and politics. […]

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Quick Thought – Another example why Hollywood HATES us

by Skip March 2, 2017

Quick because tonite, well, didn’t go like I thought.  Example provided by Joss Whedon, big shot Hollywood producer (The Avengers, Buffy) who yet again has decided that the BEST way to persuade Trump voters to vote otherwise next Prez election is….yeah, yet again reinforce Hillary’s “Deplorables and irredeemables”: “We have a mass movement going on. It […]

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Do We Want a President Who Wins By…

by Steve MacDonald January 29, 2017

While we’re watching President Trump pummel the Democrats (progressives and the media) with distractions,  it seemed appropriate to dredge this up again. Do we want a president who wins by running up the score in one or two states, or do we want a president who wins by garnering narrower victories in a wide array of […]

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Why is CIA Leaker Too Shy to Accept Liberal Canonization and Life Changing Wealth?

by Steve MacDonald December 15, 2016

Whoever it is at the CIA that leaked the Russian hacker story to the Washington Post has suddenly gotten shy. No one at CIA has any interest in appearing before the House Intelligence Committee with actual evidence of the claim that Russia meddled in the election. Evidence that would make them a secular humanist Demi-God […]

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To Democrats Still Bitching About the Election…

by Steve MacDonald December 9, 2016

To Democrats bitching about winning the national popular vote and losing the electoral college (one more time). What was your pre-election day strategy? Was it to win the electoral college vote (win the state’s electors) or to just win more of the national popular vote in Democrat enclaves like California and New York? Let me […]

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And Now, a Post-Election Word From the Cast of “Hamilton”

by Steve MacDonald November 22, 2016

And we must add the crybaby-elites in the audience as well. Plenty of thoughts out there on the “performance” within the performance, but I happen to fancy this one by Mark Steyn.

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Changing Election Night Headline from the NYT Homepage

by Steve MacDonald November 18, 2016

The changing headlines atop the @nytimes’s home page — 13 of them in all — convey the drama of election night: https://t.co/fKrWPQje7M pic.twitter.com/ougPbFfjRx — Stephen Hiltner (@sahiltner) November 16, 2016

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Who Stands with Wendy Davis on America’s Failed Education System?

by Steve MacDonald November 18, 2016

Townhall.com is reporting that former Texas State Senator Wendy ‘Abortion Barbie‘ Davis just insulted half the nation. “Let’s face it, Republicans were rewarded by an undereducated electorate,” Davis told the Texas Standard, a public radio program, on Thursday. “And I don’t think it’s too cynical to say that the true right-wing conspiracy in this country is […]

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Democrats Can’t Win Elections Without…

by Steve MacDonald November 18, 2016

From Matt Bai. The bottom line for Democrats ought to be this: You can’t really count on winning elections without persuading anybody of anything they don’t already believe. You can’t be a truly national party if you need 90 percent of a single minority’s votes just to be competitive (any more than you can be a […]

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So…Trump Actually Won New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald November 16, 2016

NPR is reporting that Comrade Bernie Sanders received 4,493 write-in votes in New Hampshire. The state saw an unusually high number of write-ins this year, with many voters refusing to support either of the two major party candidates. It is also reporting that Clinton only won the state’s four electors by 2573 votes. That means […]

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Schadenfreudalicious: Taste the Post Election Freakout

by Scott Morales November 11, 2016

What glorious, wonderful, euphoria enriched days these last few have been. Sample just a few of the delightful bits swooning around the internet. The commie cabal watching Trump at the White House. The reaction. 

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And Now, a Post-Election ‘Word’ From The Democrat Party

by Steve MacDonald November 11, 2016
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So WHO is the “regional” Party now, eh?

by Skip November 9, 2016

For years I have been listening to the Left mumble (or shriek) that the GOP is nothing but a regional political Party – mostly with VERY levels of disdain and snobbishness.  They really just couldn’t contain themselves as they held that the GOP was no longer a “national” Party – this kept up even as […]

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Enjoy Canada

by Steve MacDonald November 9, 2016

Hillary had a star-studded victory gala on tap with fireworks, and a boat-load of left-wing idiots of stars, all of whom had to go home less than empty-handed. So, about that moving to Canada thing? Who was on that list, again? Also, today the media are planning how to ‘Bush’ Trump. You know, the everything […]

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Trump Wins – Hillary Concedes (Updated)

by Steve MacDonald November 9, 2016

Trump Wins – Hillary Concedes. Trump Won Wisconsin, Iowa, Florida, and Ohio, and oh yeah!, PA). He is poised to add Michigan and New Hampshire, Arizona, and Alaska. This would give him 310 Electoral votes to Clinton’s 219. Lots of details to drill down into, but I might not have time today. Update. Republican keep […]

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