Voter Integrity

An Offer NH Shouldn’t Refuse

by Ed Naile November 11, 2017

I was at the 603 Alliance dinner the other night when Steve Bannon was the keynote speaker. It was rewarding to see him open up his phone and announce the number of out-of-state voters who tipped the 2016 NH General Election in favor of Crooked Hillary. He hit the number right on, 6,540 voters established […]

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Steve Bannon Questions Voter Integrity in New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald November 11, 2017

The Liberals are losing their minds over Steve Bannon’s visit to New Hampshire, and between calling everyone white supremacists and ignoring their own hate, the sharpest thorn in their paw (at the moment) are his widely (only partially) reported remarks about voter integrity in the Granite State. The actual remarks are only about three minutes […]

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NH Voter List – Are they that stupid or trying to be self-delusional?

by Skip August 8, 2017

After almost 20 years of specializing in document management system, my first thought was “OCR, baby, OCR!” OK, I think most readers here in NH know about the lawsuit concerning the NH voter list brought by the NH ACLU and NH State Rep Neal Kurk over sending that file to the Trump Administration’s election integrity […]

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Welcome Home Melissa Shohet

by Ed Naile October 6, 2013

Awwwwwwwwwwwwwww. Non-resident voter and 2012 Obama for America worker in NH, Melissa Shohet, has taken down her LinkedIn page! (Still on the NH checklist as far as we know.) Call it a slim victory so far for a grassroots effort to slow the tide of illegal voting in our state but we take what we […]

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Voter Fraud: See No Evil – Investigate No Evil

by Ed Naile September 8, 2013

The more you know about voter fraud in NH the more the smell of dead fish comes to mind. Remember that “exoneration” of the clearly out-of-state campaign workers who from 2008 – 2012 were registered at NH State Senator Martha Fuller Clark’s voter fraud flophouse in Portsmouth?  Now, never say I have had an issue […]

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GrokTALK! Special – Voter Fraud with Jeff Chidester WGIR AM 610

by Skip September 3, 2013

This morning, Ed Naile of CNHT and I were on with ‘Grok friend Jeff Chidester on The Morning Buzz from 8am to 9am this morning (like I told Jeff, thanks for letting me drive down from the Lakes Region in the middle of a torrential rain / constant lightning thunderstorm – I’ll remember that for […]

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Guest post by Jeff Chidester – “Sorry, but no apology required for Fuller Clark”

by Skip September 2, 2013

Voter Fraud and its coddling here in NH – even as the NH State Attorney General’s office has issued an exoneration of NH State Senator Martha Fuller Clark (e.g., Martha’s Motel), more outlets outside of the MSM are starting to talk about it more and more.  A guest submission by Jeff Chidester which also appeared […]

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And Jennifer Horn Should Apologize?

by Ed Naile August 30, 2013

And here comes the inevitable story from the old NH media (SeacoastOnline).  Now that liberal Democrat Martha Fuller Clark, who harbored out of state Obama campaign voters who have since asked to be taken off our NH checklist – as some were registered in several states, her “exoneration” by the NH AG is trotted out.  […]

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by Ed Naile August 19, 2013

By now it might be apparent that there is a small but determined group of people in NH who are fed up with voter fraud – and who are able to do something about it. “Thinking Outside the Ballot Box” is what I call it, for lack of a better term. And today we offer […]

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Voter Fraud – We move from Martha’s Motel to the Rosenwald Rest Home for Wayward Voters

by Skip August 18, 2013

Martha’s Motel – sign in, sign out.  Sign in, sign out; a veritable revolving door of political operatives at what almost seemed to be a “political operative barracks” for those folks coming in to work for Democrats – and then voting here in NH even as their plans were to leave to return to their […]

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What Does He Use For A Return Address?

by Ed Naile August 14, 2013

Hand in hand we stroll down voter fraud lane – otherwise known as the “road to the Clark House.” Yesterday, thanks to public pressure in their own states, several of the long lists of non-resident voters in NH relinquished their keys to Martha’s Motel. The out-of-state voters wrote to Portsmouth’s holier than thou election officials […]

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Voter Fraud – so NOW they want off the Voter Checklist?

by Skip August 13, 2013

Looking like some of the folks we have been writing about concerning them being “drive by Voters” have figured out that they’ve figuratively been “Voter Scalped” – and have turned in their resignation papers.  Does this mean that they are dropping out of the political wars?  From SeacoastOnline: (reformatted, emphasis mine) Three Obama campaigners drop […]

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Voter Fraud – WMUR’s “Closeup” – INTENT – When a law is based solely on Intent, is it really a law?

by Skip August 12, 2013

Another clip from WMUR’s “Closeup” where Voter Fraud was the topic.  I did put up an excerpt quoting Grant Bosse from the Josiah Bartlett Center here where the take away was: “We should just set up voting booths at the airport and at rest stops.” In reviewing both segments again, the operative word that the […]

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A Matter of INTENT

by Ed Naile August 12, 2013

I hear a lot of excuses about how we have to let THOUSANDS of non-residents vote in NH because there is no way to determine their “INTENT.” Once again, THOUSANDS of non-resident voters come here each election cycle, steal our votes and stay on the checklists for up to ten years. Don’t believe me? Check […]

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Nashua Telegraph – doing Ray Buckley’s dirty work on Martha’s Motel?

by Skip August 4, 2013

After all, a deflection from wrong doing by using the “well, everybody does it” sounds more like a tweener trying to get out of a bad spot with Mom & Dad rather than from a professional journalistic entity?  Or, is this simply yet another manifestation of how journalism is downgrading itself?  After all, after paying […]

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GrokTALK! for 8/3/13 – The videos

by Skip August 3, 2013

Once again, we had the GrokCam rolling for your viewing pleasure! Segment 1:  Groksters Steve, Mike and Skip talk Obamacare, Government kills a Bambi named “Giggles, Big Govt Nannies:”we won’t stop until you do EXACTLY what we want you to do”……Ed Naile, CNHT Chair, comes in to talk about Voter Fraud. Segment 2:  Groksters Steve, […]

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What Has She Done to Deserve This?

by Ed Naile August 1, 2013

It is so popular to call a Democrat “popular” that pollsters, who somehow forgot to poll our non-resident voters, are doing new popularity polls on Maggie Hassan: the Concord Monitor has just reported onone now.   Imagine that, she is “popular” and it’s a UNH poll! Here we go again! If another 99,000 people register […]

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“Martha’s Motel” Auxilliary at Dartmouth College? A missive from the past: “Records Reveal Possible Voter Fraud”

by Skip July 28, 2013

From the files of CNHT – the organization that has been laboring in the vineyard of Voter Fraud for decades as it has been toiling on behalf of local taxpayer organizations all of over the State of NH.    For those that say that there is no voter fraud, here is a report from Dartmouth back […]

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GrokTALK! – 7/27/13 – The Videos

by Skip July 27, 2013

Once again, the gang of Groksters brings you GrokTALK! – our weekly podcast where we talk about the stories and posts of the past week, current events, and interesting guests.  We not only write from a Conservative / libertarian standpoint – we talk that way too (and sometimes, all at once!).  Agree, disagree – we […]

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