Vote Stealing

Did You Stay at Martha’s Motel? Don’t Forget Your T-Shirt!

by Steve MacDonald August 6, 2013

They stole your vote and all they got was this stupid shirt.  (OFA logo on the back)

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Another DC Democrat Working For OFA Votes From An Address In New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald August 2, 2013

Katherine O’Neill is a Jersey Girl and sometime Senate Staffer currently in the employ, according to Legistorm.com, of US Senator Ben Cardin (D-Maryland), which appears to be confirmed by her LinkedIn page: Current  US Senate.   Ms. O’Neill has worked in the Senate as a staffer previously, in both 2009 and 2010. She was, (is?) also […]

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A Question for Martha Fuller Clark- Why?

by Steve MacDonald July 30, 2013

Yesterday I posted a statement by the Democrat State Senator, Martha Fuller Clark, in which she claimed that Andrea Riccio had not lived in or voted here since 2008.  This is a curious admission to make.  The year 2008 comes before 2010 by which the voter rolls would have been purged of people who were […]

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No More Democrat Whining About “Out Of State Influence” Then?

by Steve MacDonald July 24, 2013

I guess we wont have to worry about hearing another word from New Hampshire Democrats about the evils of out of state influence.  Sure, the Democrat state party gets most of its campaign money from outside the state.   And yes, there are a plethora of well funded out of state progressive groups with franchises in […]

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Martha Fuller Clark’s Version of 8 is enough… Or is it?

by Steve MacDonald July 23, 2013

We are often privvy to things around here we are not encouraged to share right away.  Here’s one that just popped up on WMUR. State Sen. Martha Fuller Clark, D-District 21, has eight people registered to vote under her single-family address in Portsmouth. Several of them came to New Hampshire to work on campaigns for […]

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So How’s that “Just Sign An Affidavit” Thing Working Out?

by Steve MacDonald January 24, 2013

According to the Pew Research Center  5,424 voters lacking proper ID signed affidavits swearing they were New Hampshire residents eligible to vote under state law last November. As of January 11, 2,266 of the postcards had been returned, and 211 letters were returned as undeliverable. The secretary of state’s office will look into each undeliverable […]

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You Want The Truth? You Can’t Handle The Truth!

by Steve MacDonald November 9, 2012

Comments are often a great source of amusement, and often suitable for follow up material.  In this instance, in response to my post about Legally stealing elections with out of state voters who just happen to be in New Hampshire, an anonymous commenter using the handle “Speak the Truth” suggested that we just let it […]

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NH Democrat Policies On Voter ID and Domicile Still Matter…Here’s Why. (Part 2)

by Steve MacDonald August 20, 2012

Back in 2000, as many as 1700 UNH students illegally registered to vote in Durham, New Hampshire, and very likely voted here illegally as well.   We know this because in 2001 more than a few UNH students requested that they be removed from the voter checklist in writing, using uncharacteristically similar wording, as if […]

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NH Democrat Policies On Voter ID and Domicile Still Matter…Here’s Why. (Part 1)

by Steve MacDonald August 17, 2012

More than a few folks are probably wondering why I keep talking about vote fraud and photo ID.  TEA Party Republicans more or less plugged up the domicile loophole that invited out of state influence in our local New Hampshire elections, and even passed a voter ID requirement.  So where’s the fire? Democrats are still […]

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Because Democrat Timothy Horrigan Asked…

by Steve MacDonald August 11, 2012

Calling out Left wing hypocrisy is my meat and potatoes, so the other day, whilst asking (yet again) why anyone would trust Democrats given their party culture, I mentioned (again) that one of their current NH House candidates had previously voted here while claiming to live in another State. New Hampshire Democrat Timothy Horrigan asked […]

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