Portsmouth

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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A Return to Martha’s Motel – Ellen Whelan-Wuest Knows How to Vote In Her ‘Home’ State

by Steve MacDonald August 7, 2013

State Senator Martha Fuller Clark has some explaining to do with regard to Ellen Rose Whelan-Wuest. Ms. Whelan-Wuest makes no mention of New Hampshire on her LinkedIn profile as a place of employment or even interest.  Chicago, Durham (North Carolina), Brooklyn NY, even New York City, where she is working presently. We have her tracks […]

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Notice Something Odd About the Patrons at Martha’s Motel?

by Steve MacDonald July 31, 2013

Isn’t there a running joke that all serial killers go by or are presented with three names?  Does that apply to vote stealing helicopter OFA voters as well?  Not people, liberty, though progressive polices are like a slow form of murder I suppose, slavery at the very least. Well, here’s the list of out of […]

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A Rose by Many Other Names Would Still Steal Your Vote in NH.

by Steve MacDonald July 29, 2013

I have a great idea for a public relations campaign for the Granite State.  It goes something like this. “I live in Massachusetts, but I vote in New Hampshire!” “I live in Washington DC, but I vote in New Hampshire.” “I live in (Insert name of other state here), but I vote in New Hampshire!” […]

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Just So We’re Clear…You Admit She Hasn’t Lived Here For Years…

by Steve MacDonald July 29, 2013

Just so we’re clear… “[Andrea] Riccio, explained Fuller Clark, was her 2008 campaign manager, moved to Washington, D.C. in 2009, and has not lived in New Hampshire, or voted in the state, since then.” -Seacoast Online But she “lived here” long enough in 2012 to vote in New Hampshire, while on the payroll of a […]

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Out of State Democrats Paid to Vote In New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald July 26, 2013

Andrea Riccio had a sweet gig.  While she was “living” at New Hampshire Democrat Senator Martha Fuller Clark’s flop house, sorry, uh,  unlicensed 5 bedroom motel, with 8 people staying at it, trying to decide if she was committed to staying in New Hampshire, her boss, Democrat congressman Chris Van Hollen of Maryland, was still paying […]

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Stay At Martha’s Motel

by Steve MacDonald July 24, 2013

Martha’s Motel This 1.4 million dollar (assessed est) single family Portsmouth home Motel is the perfect rest stop for weary national Democrat party and OFA campaign workers.  The proprietor, NH State Senator Martha Fuller Clark, who is currently the vice Chair of the New Hampshire Democratic Party and a member of the Democratic National Committee, […]

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Voter fraud teaser

by Ed Naile February 15, 2013

All we wanted was to simply see the November 6, 2012 checklist from the City of Portsmouth, NH.  Is that such a crime?  Not really , but when a CNHT pal went to Portsmouth City Hall to look up a name on the checklist, the answer was that the checklist had too much personal information […]

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Upcoming Obama Portsmouth Visit Angers Parents -Schools Will Have To Close [Updated]

by Steve MacDonald September 5, 2012

Portsmouth has announced that it will cancel school on Friday to accommodate President Obama’s visit.  The presence of dear leader will clog up traffic, block roads, and result in building closures so the district has thrown in the towel.  They will have to make the day up In May. This is not a decision in […]

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