Voter Checklists

GrokTALK! June 14th, 2014 – Segment One

by Steve MacDonald June 16, 2014
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In segment one Skip Murphy, Rick Olsen, Ed Naile, and Mike Rogers share Rick’s “news,” then talk about bureaucratic transaprency, voter checklist news in Manchester, Right to know, public documents, bears and bird feeders,  “dead” RINO’s in Virginia, Immigration, Seagull management, and even threaten briefly to break into song. Note: The music and audio Skip […]

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Franklin NH – The Most Expensive Voter Checklists in the State?

by Steve MacDonald November 26, 2012

I just got confirmation that the clerk for Franklin New Hampshire requires not just $75.00 for the complete citywide voter checklist used for the election, but another $75.00 for the updated checklist after all the new names have been added. My udder is sore just thinking about it.  Is this where I say that having […]

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Information Intimidation in Franklin NH?

by Steve MacDonald November 22, 2012

While public document fees are not unreasonable for the purpose of covering the cost of the  materials or labor required to meet a request, at what point do these sums become an obstacle for the average citizen?  When does the sum begin to limit access otherwise protected by law? In the case of voter checklists […]

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A Note On Absentee Ballots and Right to Know

by Steve MacDonald November 20, 2012

New Hampshire’s Right to know Law, often referred to as 91-a, prohibits state and local officials from hiding ‘public’ documents.  And while some parts of the bureaucratic machine are happy to give you what you request in a timely and even pleasant manner, others who can’t (or don’t want) be bothered by you pesky citizens […]

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