Voter Checklist

What Ed Naile Found in The Manchester Voter Checklist

by Steve MacDonald March 29, 2018

Ed Naile got his hands on a copy of the Manchester, New Hampshire voter checklist. He joins me to explore some familiar names he discovered that are still in there.   Follow this program on iTunes Also Available on Google Play

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An RSA 91-A Request To the NH Secretary of State

by Ed Naile March 22, 2018

The included documents (below) are my RSA 91-A request for information regarding the efforts the NH Secretary of State uses to keep our taxpayer paid-for Statewide Voter Database free of deficiencies. The Secretary of State’s response is also included (also below). They claim to be exempt from the National Voter Rights Act of 1993 because […]

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Breaking News: NH Voter Database, Election Integrity Commission Lawsuit Dropped

by Steve MacDonald August 7, 2017

Hot off the digital press from Tony Shinella at Patch, CONCORD, NH — Two elected officials and the ACLU who had planned to sue the state to keep it from releasing the voter registration database to the recently formed Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity have dropped their lawsuit after Bill Gardner agreed to only release pictures […]

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There is Nothing Worse Than Self-righteous Leftists – Especially in Keene

by Ed Naile July 10, 2017

Keene City Councilors Terry M. Clark and Randy L. Filiault are asking Keene Mayor Kendall Lane if the Keene City Council can vote on a publicity stunt resolution. They are all about pronouncing to the World their Keene City Council’s objection to a lawful request for voter information from the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election […]

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Hands in the Air Don’t Purge II

by Ed Naile March 24, 2015

 Dover, NH has an interesting voter checklist. It seems that Republican candidates can get a hundred pieces of their political mail returned when mailing first class to just two wards, but Democrats get just a handful of returned mail, if any, from voters they claim to have known personally who moved or passed away. How […]

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Hands In The Air Don’t Purge

by Ed Naile March 24, 2015

Yesterday I had the privilege of presenting some hard facts to the entire Ballot Law Commission (BLC) regarding the “unprecedented” citizen petition (RSA 654:38) to purge the voter checklist in Dover , NH . The petition was the idea of Dover resident David Scott a former Dover City Councilman and State Rep. Dave Scott lost […]

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Dan Innis: Interesting what older voting lists can show – and new ones, too!

by Skip June 12, 2014

As regular readers know, GraniteGrok has been working (thanks mostly to Ed & Steve) on Voter Fraud for quite some time.  In that action, we have a lot of friends all over the State that have sent in tips and gathered voter rolls / checklists to help out.  One such friend sent this in after […]

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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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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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Highway Robbery in Barrington New Hampshire? (Updated & Bumped)

by Steve MacDonald November 15, 2012

Originally Posted 11/13/2012 (Updated below 11/15/2012) It looks like the town clerk in Barrington, New Hampshire has a little side business going on the sly. First, in a town with 5000 plus voters there were 630 new registrations for this year’s election.  That’s in the neighborhood of the 10-12% increase we keep seeing all over […]

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