elections

Democrat’s Symbolic Run Against Trump Fails in Georgia, Oh!, And They Lost in SC Too.

by Steve MacDonald June 21, 2017

Republican Karen Handel is the winner of the special congressional election in GA-6. She beat Democrat Jon Ossoff (who doesn’t even live in the district in which he ran), despite having 23.6 million in campaign donations, mostly from California and Martha’s Vinyard Democrats. The Democrats pinned their hopes on the Georgia race as their chance […]

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How individual precincts have changed from Blue to Red over the last 3 Prez elections

by Skip April 11, 2017

Or as the original title said “Democrats should be scared, Very Scared” (H/T: IJR)

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Democrats Can’t Stop Losing

by Steve MacDonald March 29, 2017

Winning. Republican John Stefanski this weekend flipped Louisiana House District 42 – a seat held by Democrats since at least 1972 – after Democrats failed to even file a candidate in the race. Additionally, Republicans retained House District 92 on Saturday with a win by Joe Stagni. So for those of you keeping score, Democrats […]

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What Domicile Does One Use For An Unlawful Election At A Postponed Meeting?

by Ed Naile March 25, 2017

I have had the pleasure of watching an attorney from the New Hampshire Municipal Association (aka – Local Government Center) conclude that various annual meetings in NH were lawfully postponed by various moderators because of a snow storm. The NHMA counsel is using RSA 40:4. The NH Secretary of State takes issue with the NHMA […]

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GT Flashback – Ken Eyring & Tom Murray: Windham School District

by Steve MacDonald March 18, 2017

As Windham voters go to the polls I thought we should remind them what the school district and school board were like before Ken Eyring and Tom Murray got elected. The decreasing transparency, $600,000.00 no-bid contracts, and limiting public comment or input on issues affecting parents and taxpayers, plus a whole lot more. Ken has […]

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Thousands of noncitizens lurking on Virginia’s voter rolls

by Steve MacDonald March 2, 2017

Thousands of noncitizens are lurking on Virginia’s voter rolls. (Wash.Times) When Virginia Delegate Robert Marshall asked the state’s 133 local governments to provide numbers on noncitizens and jury pools, Loudoun County produced some hefty figures. Between 2009 and 2014, the Washington, D.C., exurb of more than 350,000 residents had disqualified more than 9,000 of them […]

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Anti-Gun Bill HB350 – A ‘Solution’ for a Problem That Doesn’t Exist

by Steve MacDonald January 22, 2017

With 400 House members, the NH Legislature sees its share of bad bills. But HB350 is not just a bad law; it creates problems where none existed in the name of solving a problem that never existed. This bill prohibits possession of a firearm at a polling place during a federal, state, or municipal election. I […]

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NH Should Follow UNH Non-Resident Tuition Rules – for Voting Purposes

by Steve MacDonald January 13, 2017

The new Legislature is looking at election law again so now is as good a time as any to revisit something I’ve suggested before when it comes to figuring out who can and can’t or should or should not be voting in New Hampshire. Here it is, plain and simple. To qualify for In-State tuition status […]

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Boycott The Democrat Party

by Steve MacDonald January 10, 2017

New Hampshire State Senator Jeff Woodburn has proposed legislation to create a bipartisan committee whose job would be to examine a response to reports of Russia’s interference in US elections. “Do you send hardearned dollars to someone who’s trying to undermine your democracy?” he said. “Your dollars should follow your ideals. No mention of President […]

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Michael LaSean Lewis: A Vote Thief Strikes in Hooksett [Updated]

by Ed Naile December 28, 2016

I spent about an hour and a half at Hooksett District Court this morning hoping to meet a new friend, Michael LaSean Lewis. We haven’t met in person yet but I know so much about this vote thief, like his birth date 05/14/73. Being a same-day registered voter since 7 pm on November 8, in […]

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Dartmouth Researcher Implies Democrat Students are Dumber than Republicans

by Steve MacDonald December 18, 2016

If we do away with same-day voter registration in New Hampshire with what do we replace it? That’s a great question and the subject of a report on the front page of today’s Union Leader. But not everyone thinks there is a problem. Or do they? Dartmouth College researchers studied voting practices in three states […]

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New Hampshire Joins Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program

by Steve MacDonald December 16, 2016

New Hampshire will be submitting its November 2016 voter checklist to the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program. This program compares our list to that of 29 other states. The goal is to look for voters registered in multiple states. We’d like to thank the legislature for making Ed Naile’s job easier. The crosscheck program has been […]

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A New Hampshire Voting Booth is a lot like a Target Bathroom

by Steve MacDonald December 12, 2016

I think the correct strategy with regard to the left’s fake news about the election is to assume that anything that does not go your way is the result of Russian hackers. Case in point. (Stay with me.)

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Hampshire College is Flying the American Flag Again (Begrudgingly)

by Steve MacDonald December 4, 2016

Hampshire College is flying the American flag again. Hampshire College, which had previously removed its American flag after President-elect Donald Trump’s victory on Election Day, has returned the flag to its usual position on campus. The flag went to half mast after Hillary lost, then was burned.  Rather than replace it and fly it properly the College […]

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CNN: Elections Can’t Be Hacked

by Steve MacDonald November 27, 2016

Remember when the presidential election couldn’t be hacked? You know, back when a Hillary landslide was supposedly inevitable? You don’t remember? CNN and the internet are here to help remind us. The public is understandably concerned about the integrity of next month’s election. But election officials and cyber experts say it’s virtually impossible for Moscow or […]

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Data Point – if the Electoral College didn’t exist…

by Skip November 22, 2016

The Progressive / Democrat whiney losers are blaming everything, except for their actual ideology, for their complete annihilation on the national stage (as well as most of the States).  Chief among their faux outrage is that part of the Constitution that rides herd on making sure that small States are treated as well as big […]

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The Relevance of the Electoral College

by Steve MacDonald November 12, 2016

The electoral college. A brilliant construction designed to protect the little guy from the dangers of direct democracy’s mob-rule complexions…except for when the wrong candidate wins. (A discussion brought to you courtesy of whining Democrats on Facebook.) And for the record, having seen Democrats elected President through the electoral college on a number of occasions, […]

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Vote Shaming The Morons at the NHGOP

by Steve MacDonald November 6, 2016

I felt like adding my two-cents to some vote shaming stories making their way around social media. Vote-shaming is when some entity points out that you have not voted in past elections. In my example, one of our voting age children received a glossy mailer from the NHGOP pointing out that they had not voted […]

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Feminist Rules

by Ed Naile October 15, 2016

Since it is October and the Clintons are running for president again it might be time to re-visit how this running for office deal really works. Take Gary Bauer for instance, circa 1999. Mr. Bauer Had his “October Surprise” courtesy of the Washington Post. It was a no-win deal for him. Gary Bauer was caught, […]

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Dr. Matt Briggs – What Trump And Reagan Have in Common

by Steve MacDonald October 6, 2016

Donald Trump is no Ronald Reagan, but when it comes to press and polling, they’ve got something in common. Dr. Matt Briggs (Ph.D. is statistics) and I discuss how the press treated Reagan in 1980 and how it may have affected polling before that election, then compare that to the press impact on potential Trump […]

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1046 Non-Citizen Voters

by Ed Naile October 4, 2016

I spoke to Reagan George of the Virginia Voters Alliance today about the wunderkind college student working for a Soros-funded voter registration non-profit who “on his own” registered 19 deceased people to vote. One happened to be the brother of a sitting judge so he was caught by an alert election official and is under […]

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Virginia Democrat Caught Registering Dead People to Vote

by Ed Naile October 2, 2016

I would imagine, and hope, most people have seen the recent stories about the young college student who re-registered 19 deceased voters in Virginia. He was part of a young Democrats organization. This student’s name is Andrew Spieles. He has admitted he did this, which is probably the best thing for his party and candidate […]

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Apparently we knew something the pollsters didn’t.

by Ed Naile October 1, 2016

Remember the NH Primary Election way back in September? I took a look back recently. WMUR had a poll released on August 30 that measured the candidates for governor. Here is the opening paragraph. August 30, 2016 TWO WEEKS FROM PRIMARY AND NH VOTERS ARE STILL UNFAMILIAR WITH GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES By: Andrew E. Smith, Ph.D. […]

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Trump and Goldwater

by Steve MacDonald September 28, 2016
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Mike Rogers joins me to discuss similarities between the Establishment’s treatment of Trump and Goldwater. We also look at chatter over state-level races in New Hampshire. Download this Segment | Listen to the Podcast

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NH Primary Results Updated

by Steve MacDonald September 14, 2016
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3:PM the day after. Guinta appears to have held off Ashooh in CD-1 and your “Republican Nominee for Governor” is Chris Sununununununununu. Lots of results here. H/T Max Ledoux! 5:30AM Jim Lawrence won but neither the race for Governor nor the contest in CD-1 have been called. They are both too close. WMUR has Guinta […]

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Gardner Rules Both Winterton and Gill Ineligible to Run [Updated]

by Steve MacDonald September 9, 2016
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I interviewed State Senate District 16 candidate Joe Duarte (Do-Art) last night for this week’s podcast, and the first topic was Secretary of State Bill Gardner ruling his primary opponent ineligible. Don Winterton did not meet residency requirements for the office and had to drop out. Gardener says that the ballots are being reprinted for […]

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Pick A Pickled Political Peco

by Ed Naile September 9, 2016

What, Democrats can’t find anyone to run in House District 38? Enter Democrat and NH voter Bianca Acebron Peco of a post office box in Antrim and who is a dual citizen of Spain. Can this get more complicated? She was a campaign manager for Martha Fuller Clark in 2014. Ms. Peco claims dual citizenship […]

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Elections, Corruption, and the Ex-Im Bank

by Steve MacDonald June 22, 2016
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David McIntosh, the President of Club for Growth, is back to talk about the Export-Import bank. Congress reauthorized the institution so it could fund crony corruption with your tax dollars. We also touch on the upcoming elections and what Club for Growth is focused on for November. Download this segment |  Complete podcast >>Listen to […]

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Jeanie’s Got a Gun

by Steve MacDonald May 7, 2016
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Republican State Senator Jeanie Forrester (now a candidate for Governor) has a few vote skeletons in her closet, so she needs to up her street cred with the base. One such effort, a campaign video of her at a range, shooting a pink firearm (29% rating from the NHFC), invited some exercise of the first amendment […]

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“Nothing is or can be further from the truth…”

by Steve MacDonald April 6, 2016
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Orestes Brownson Nothing is or can be further from the truth than the assumption of the natural equality of all men.  The first family, the first school we visit, the first crowd in which we mingle, belies it. One leads, is ring-leader, the rest follow. No training or equality of education can make it otherwise. […]

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