Voter Fraud and Intimidation

GrokTV – Panel Discussion: Making your vote count – The Panelists

by Skip December 9, 2012

As stated in the last post, four panelists spoke as Diane Bitter, Rye Republican Chair moderated.  Again, the panelists: Jack Thorsen (Portmouth City Coucilor andNH GOP  area vice-chair) – The 11/6/12 General Election – results of the voting process and how the counting is handled NH State Rep. Regina Birdsell – Voting Laws, who is […]

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GrokTV – Panel Discussion: The Election Process in N.H. – making your vote count

by Skip December 9, 2012

The Rye Republicans held their second set of discussions concerning the Nov 6th vote and invited to be on that panel addressing a packed room of Rye area Republicans were the following and the topics they were asked to cover: Jack Thorsen (Portmouth City Coucilor andNH GOP  area vice-chair) – The 11/6/12 General Election – […]

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Fraudulent Voting And Its’ Hardcore Advocacy

by Rick Olson April 16, 2012

“Those who cast the votes decide nothing.  Those who count the votes decide everything.”—Josef Stalin Pulling out all the stops, the anti-voter ID crowd showed up in Concord Tuesday to decry the passage of a law that would require citizens to prove they are who they say they are when showing up to vote. Same […]

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Voter Fraud Workshop Tonight

by Steve MacDonald November 10, 2011

Ed Naile, the Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, will be holding a Voter Fraud Workshop tonight. It is sponsored by the Manchester 912 group and starts at 6:30 PM.

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Your Vote Is Worth Millions- Maybe You’d Like To Protect it?

by Steve MacDonald September 1, 2011

SB 129 is coming up for a veto override vote in the New Hampshire Senate in the next week or so. (The Union leader referred to it as SB 189, this morning, which is incorrect.) SB 129 would require ID to vote in New Hampshire. It would afford the same protection to your vote as it does to dozens of other things you need an ID for.

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VOTER ID: Governor Lynch Vetoes Integrity and Honesty

by Mike June 28, 2011

“I can make them voting machines sing Home Sweet Home.”  ~Earl Kemp Long, (1895-1960) Governor Lynch vetoes SB129…Irony. A considerable number of facets of our every-day lives require us to produce identification.  Not producing an identification means not obtaining the good or service we seek. More often than not, it is a “private” entity that […]

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Voter ID? NH Used to do it years ago…

by Skip June 26, 2011

Over the past several years we have been hearing much about Voter Fraud or Election Fraud; something the left swears doesn’t occur and the right says occurs more than ever. So, who do we go with? Mr. Lindner says a Voter ID bill: "…will not only make it impossible for thousands of already registered voters […]

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Thank you Republicans for securing our constitutional right to vote

by S@cc3r08 June 2, 2011

The people of New Hampshire have Republicans to thank for securing their right to vote and every other liberty that comes with that right. If it wasn’t for SB 129, which passed the House by a wide margin on Wednesday, we would continue to have no way to verify a person could legitimately vote in […]

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Let’s Ask Ray And Kathy

by Steve MacDonald March 31, 2011

I have a question for Ray Buckley, current chairman of the New Hampshire Democrat party and Kathy Sullivan, former chairman of same. Is this voter intimidation or not?

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The “Shrill” Kathy And Her Pen

by Rick Olson February 23, 2011

Kathy Sullivan accuses House Republicans of engaging in hypocrisy and partisanship. I painfully read her boring 800-plus words with unfettered amusement given the "Shrill Cathy’s" finger-pointing and demagoguing. She claims the hiring of Greg Moore by Speaker Bill O’Brien is somehow interwoven with the State Republican Party. She characterizes Moore’s hiring as ripe of a […]

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Protecting Your Vote

by Steve MacDonald February 22, 2011

You can probably think of a list of things you need a photo ID for but if you live in New Hampshire voting is not one of them. HB 356 would change that. It will require a valid state issued photo ID to receive a ballot and vote in person.

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Liberal Trunk Monkeys

by Steve MacDonald November 2, 2010

There are plenty of places in this country where democrats manage to find lost ballot boxes filled with statistically improbable numbers of votes for democrats during troubling recounts that continue to produce Republican winners.  Washington State, Illinois, and most recently in Minnesota.  If totals are tight we should expect more of this in Nevada, Illinois […]

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OFA – Sanctions Vote Stealing….Because NH Law Allows It.

by Steve MacDonald October 31, 2010

Note to all Republican’s elected to the the next New Hampshire Legislature.  You need to tighten up voter registration laws. You must get rid of same day registration.  You need to limit voting privileges to actual residents.  There must be a requirement to demonstrate proof of ID and residency to vote.  And you must enforce […]

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Can I Get You Some Vote Fraud With That Today?

by Steve MacDonald October 29, 2010

Dan McGuire got an earful from William Gardner, the New Hampshire Secretary of State, just the other day.  According to Bill the Obama government has been pushing hard against the states.  The Bureaucracy is trying to tell everyone how to run their voting operations.  Why should we be surprised by that? And it looks like […]

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NH Voter Fraud Alert…

by Tom October 27, 2010

Some NH Voters are being told that they can vote early, via the internet, in an apparent voting fraud effort. the NH AG and SOS sent out a letter of warning to all NH voters.

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Voting Rights Testimony

by Steve MacDonald September 24, 2010

Pajamas Media has the text of Christopher Coats testimony regarding the dismissal of the Black Panther Party voter intimidation case.  It is well worth the time to read all 19 pages.  You can’t help but come away with the impression that white voter intimidation was never a big priority for this division, but that under […]

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