Martha Fuller Clark

Democrats say Yea to Gas Tax, No To Study the Definition of Domicile

by Steve MacDonald March 19, 2014
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The New Hampshire Senate voted to pass SB367 (with 4 Republicans–Boutin, Odell, Stiles, and Rausch).  SB 367 is a hike in the gas tax that is estimated to extract an additional 31 million dollars per year from New Hampshire Families and small business owners.   Business owners will have to eat the increase or pass it […]

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Let’s be Honest About Who Is Suppressing Votes in New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald March 2, 2014
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The majority of vote suppression in New Hampshire is caused by Democrats harboring and/or encouraging non-residents to vote here instead of where they actually live, thereby suppressing the electoral voice of actual residents whose votes are erased as a result.  The Democrat’s suppression of your votes is wide-spread, and their commitment to suppressing your will […]

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Painting A Vote Fraud Conspiracy Portrait

by Steve MacDonald January 23, 2014
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While it is not the only such location, 1200 Elm Street in Manchester has become the focus of vote-fraud reporting because it exemplifies the conspiratorial nature of this Democrat Party enterprise. Multiple names, all from out of state, many far flung from each other, several of them with expensive homes in their home states, campaigners, […]

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I wonder if the National Historic Registry…

by Susan Olsen January 9, 2014

…will also recognize the city’s Historic Voter Fraud District?

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Of Course No Charges Were Filed…

by Steve MacDonald January 7, 2014
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Democrat Party Vice Chair Martha Fuller-Clark, who resides in the Historical vote-fraud district of Portsmouth, will not be charged after jumping a curb and hitting a 67 year old woman with her motor-vehicle. According to the report, tests did not result in evidence of drug or alcohol abuse by the State Senator.  And she is […]

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NH Democrats Protest – Scott Brown’s Not From Here. (But He Has A Better Claim Than Many of Your Registered Voters)

by Steve MacDonald December 6, 2013
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Democrat protesters held signs outside a Republican function in Londonderry, apparently incensed about the idea of Scott Brown claiming to be from New Hampshire… Alana Biden claimed to be from New Hampshire, long enough to vote here, then she left.  New Hampshire Democrats defended her residency claims and still do. Martha Fuller Clark had a […]

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Follow up: NH Senator Fuller-Clark plows down a Sr. Citizen

by Skip November 5, 2013

That would be “Martha Fuller-Clark of Martha’s Motel – hits somebody with a car and….what happens? Police response is seemingly….mere deference?” – a riff off the news that the NH State Senator “blacked out” and mowed down a walker.  Turns out it was a 67 year old Mom wearing a reflective vest while legally walking […]

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Just Because the State Claims it is Legal – Does Not Make it Anything Less than Criminal

by Steve MacDonald November 5, 2013

Tweeted a link to the post beneath this.  Got this in response. Are you @nhstevemacd accusing someone of a crime? http://t.co/Ty1KfflGKl @HarrellKirstein @NHKathySullivan @ChairmanBuckley @TerieNorelli — Kevin (@SolidGraniteNH) November 5, 2013 It sure sounds like a crime! Stealing votes by asking people who clearly have no intention of ever living here to vote here is […]

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Maybe It is Time For Martha Fuller-Clark to Hang It Up

by Steve MacDonald November 4, 2013

Not just the driving, but the legislating as well. PORTSMOUTH — A 67-year-old Kittery Point, Maine woman who police say Martha Fuller Clark hit with her car Friday night said the state senator should no longer be allowed to drive. “I just think she shouldn’t drive,” said Carla Dow during an interview Sunday. “I think […]

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Martha Fuller-Clark of Martha’s Motel – hits somebody with a car and….what happens? Police response is seemingly….mere deference?

by Skip November 1, 2013

Max Abramsom asks: St. Senator Martha Fuller-Clark, famous from the out-of-state campaign workers who registered to vote for her while helping her campaign, apparently “blacked out” and hit a pedestrian. As usual, the police decided not to breathalyze her, despite the accident. Why isn’t there some kind of mandatory post-accident drug-alcohol test for elected officials […]

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Nashua Paper Shills For Voter Fraud – Again

by Ed Naile October 14, 2013

Once again the Nashua paper fails to ask the questions that would expose voter fraud – they have been doing this since 2001 that I know of. http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/news/1018588-469/obama-campaign-worker-living-with-mangipudi-voted.html Here is the scam: An out of state campaign worker steals a NH vote from the home of a NH resident, usually a liberal Democrat like State […]

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Who Watches The Watchmen?

by Steve MacDonald September 9, 2013
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To many Organizing for Acorn types (OFA) the day after election day in the Granite State is like an exorcism.  It removes their “presence,” leaving behind only their names on checklists next to the addresses of prominent state Democrats or employee at the AG’s office, or are those sort-of/kind-of the same thing? These names can […]

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And Jennifer Horn Should Apologize?

by Ed Naile August 30, 2013

And here comes the inevitable story from the old NH media (SeacoastOnline).  Now that liberal Democrat Martha Fuller Clark, who harbored out of state Obama campaign voters who have since asked to be taken off our NH checklist – as some were registered in several states, her “exoneration” by the NH AG is trotted out.  […]

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I’m Gonna Back Jen Horn on This One

by Steve MacDonald August 30, 2013
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I’m no party hack, that is certain.  But as the left ponders the idea of a full out assault on NH-GOP Chair Jennifer Horn, after the NH-AG voter fraud division “cleared” Martha Fuller Clark’s home–in the historic vote-fraud district of Portsmouth–of any “wrongdoing,” one very simple fact remains.  While we’d like to say we helped […]

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What’s “New To You” On New Hampshire Vote Fraud? Here’s a Teaser For You…

by Steve MacDonald August 28, 2013
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So you need some new dirt on the world of AG approved New Hampshire Vote fraud? How about a German National voting from the home of an employee of the NH Attorney Generals office? Would a British rapist voting in NH in November 2012 with their passport surprise you? We’ve got adult children dropping in […]

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NH AG Legitimizes Special Class Of Voters and You’re Not One of Them

by Steve MacDonald August 25, 2013
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The Arborist, when taking the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office to task for the recent “investigation” that cleared the “voters” who claimed residence at Martha’s Motel for voting purposes then went back home, off to other campaigns, or back to their staffer jobs in DC, makes an important point that should not be overlooked… “…It […]

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Is That Whitewash In Your Eye? You Must Work For the NH AG

by Ed Naile August 25, 2013
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So what else is new?  The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office has “cleared” NH State Senator Martha Fuller Clark of harboring non-residents at her voter fraud mansion in Portsmouth.  Big deal! The AG has been doing this kind of stuff since 1993 that I know of. All the NH AG’s Election Division has done is […]

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Voter Fraud – We move from Martha’s Motel to the Rosenwald Rest Home for Wayward Voters

by Skip August 18, 2013

Martha’s Motel – sign in, sign out.  Sign in, sign out; a veritable revolving door of political operatives at what almost seemed to be a “political operative barracks” for those folks coming in to work for Democrats – and then voting here in NH even as their plans were to leave to return to their […]

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Home is Where The Vote Fraud Is

by Steve MacDonald August 15, 2013
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If we called Ben Rous’ home in Virginia and asked his wife where her husband ‘lives,’ do you think she’d  say 50 Adams Point Road in Durham New Hampshire? Ben is the adult son of New Hampshire Democrat Emma Rous (Former Democrat House Rep).  Emma lives at 50 Adams Point Road in Durham New Hampshire?  […]

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Why Do None of the Nathaniel Clark’s in NH Live In Portsmouth?

by Steve MacDonald August 15, 2013

New Hampshire Democrat State Senator Martha Fuller Clark says her adult son Nathaniel, voted from her home in 2012.  I guess he lives there.  (Everyone else seems to.)  Well, maybe he does.  Maybe he lives in the basement.  But I can’t seem to find any evidence of that, short of Martha Fuller Clark’s word, which […]

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Where Did Bryan Gregory Griffith Vote Absentee From?

by Steve MacDonald August 14, 2013
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The Arborist just touched on it, I’m going to beat it with a bat.  (A Democrat approved methodology, let us not forget.) Martha Fuller Clark’s memory is not terribly reliable.  So we probably can’t ask her to explain why a Lawyer from Arkansas (Bauxite AR to be exact) used her address to vote using a […]

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What Does He Use For A Return Address?

by Ed Naile August 14, 2013

Hand in hand we stroll down voter fraud lane – otherwise known as the “road to the Clark House.” Yesterday, thanks to public pressure in their own states, several of the long lists of non-resident voters in NH relinquished their keys to Martha’s Motel. The out-of-state voters wrote to Portsmouth’s holier than thou election officials […]

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Three Patrons ‘Check Out’ of Martha’s Motel

by Steve MacDonald August 14, 2013
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The recent request by three of Martha Fuller Clark’s motel patrons to be removed from the voter checklist poses more questions than answers. Fuller Clark previously explained that Griffith worked for the Obama campaign and stayed at her home from last June or July, through December. Riccio, she said, was her 2008 campaign manager before […]

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Voter Fraud – so NOW they want off the Voter Checklist?

by Skip August 13, 2013

Looking like some of the folks we have been writing about concerning them being “drive by Voters” have figured out that they’ve figuratively been “Voter Scalped” – and have turned in their resignation papers.  Does this mean that they are dropping out of the political wars?  From SeacoastOnline: (reformatted, emphasis mine) Three Obama campaigners drop […]

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A Matter of INTENT

by Ed Naile August 12, 2013

I hear a lot of excuses about how we have to let THOUSANDS of non-residents vote in NH because there is no way to determine their “INTENT.” Once again, THOUSANDS of non-resident voters come here each election cycle, steal our votes and stay on the checklists for up to ten years. Don’t believe me? Check […]

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A Long Cold Winter For New Hampshire Democrats

by Steve MacDonald August 12, 2013
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You may recall Ryan Fitzpatrick Flynn?  He was the professional campaigner who parachuted into Portsmouth just ahead of the November elections (in September of 2012) and registered to vote from Democrat State Senator Martha Fuller Clark’s home.   Well he appears to hail originally from Michigan.  That’s the beautiful state where Detroit happens to be.  I […]

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If You Think Letting People From Out of State Vote in NH is OK…

by Steve MacDonald August 11, 2013
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Voter Fraud – WMUR’s “Closeup” – domicile, intent, and “getting inside their heads”

by Skip August 11, 2013

Domicile and intent – which the Democrat Party has turned into “drive-by living” and “you can’t know what’s in my head” constructions to violate the integrity of true NH voters simply for partisan purposes.  NH Law: “An inhabitant’s domicile for voting purposes is that one place where a person, more than any other place, as […]

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GrokTALK! August 10th, 2013 – Segment One

by Steve MacDonald August 11, 2013

In the first 30 minute segment Skip, Mike and Steve start briefly with Agenda 21, the recent State Supreme Court decisison relating to a loaded gun and RSA 159:4, Martha Fuller Clarks temporary “roomate” Ryan Fitzpatrick Flynn, the Slap Hillary Game, Democrats getting on top of Bob Filner, if we should start calling NH AG […]

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Tales From Martha’s Motel – The Mysteries of ‘Intent’ and Ryan Fitzpatrick Flynn

by Steve MacDonald August 9, 2013

Democrat State Senator Martha Fuller Clark still claims she had no idea what the intent was of those whom she allowed to “live’ in her home for voting purposes.  You know kids these days… So how does that work?  Ryan Fitzpatrick Flynn, for example, just shows up at her door in September  2012 and just […]

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