voting

71% Of Obama Supporters Regret Voting for His Re-Election

by Steve MacDonald February 19, 2014
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Over seven in 10 Obama voters, and 55 percent of Democrats, regret voting for President Obama’s reelection in 2012, according to a new Economist/YouGov.com poll. As I understand it Dr. Benedict Tafoya will be conduncting his own survey whose results will show that 88% of all New Hampshire citizens would actually  vote for Obama again but Dr. Tafoya will […]

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New Hampshire Democrats will Protect Their Corporatist Allies in the University system.

by Steve MacDonald February 12, 2014
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HB1255, up for a vote today in the New Hampshire House, will probably fail.  HB1255 would make students whose name appear on the voter checklist eligible for in-state tuition rates at schools in the university system of New Hampshire.  It will fail because Democrats control that body and require the inequality that HB1255 would correct, […]

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And now you know why Democrats want Felons to vote

by Skip December 31, 2013

Interesting – I didn’t realize the percentages were THAT large: A new study of how criminals vote found that most convicts register Democratic, a key reason in why liberal lawmakers and governors are eager for them to get back into the voting booth after their release. “Democrats would benefit from additional ex-felon participation,” said the […]

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If You Think Letting People From Out of State Vote in NH is OK…

by Steve MacDonald August 11, 2013
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Settled law….

by Susan Olsen January 24, 2013

Ooooh the Dems they like them some settled law (except when they don’t).  

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Because They Voted Where It Matters

by Steve MacDonald November 11, 2012

Boston.com has an article today observing that pro-obama turnout in New Hampshire’s college towns is less than it was in 2008.  There is very intentional mention of concerns (from folks like myself I assume) about out of state students being used to tip the election; but how no one could ever know how they’d vote, […]

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Why I may vote Democrat….

by Tim Condon September 26, 2012

I’m thinking that I may just have to vote Democrat in the upcoming election. There are many reasons why. Here are some of them…. 1. I may vote Democrat because I believe oil companies’ profits of 4% on a gallon of gas are obscene…

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Mid afternoon voting turnout in Gilford…

by Skip September 11, 2012

Well, at midway through the afternoon, voting is light by many measure of general elections.  However, cast in the light of the 11% estimated Primary Day turnout, it seems that voting locally will exceed that estimate.  There is a contentious issue on the ballot – the Selectmen were very unhappy with the vote of the […]

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Hey! I think I’ll vote for Obama!

by Tim Condon August 30, 2012

Oh really…. Well then don’t be surprised when you get this look from your friends….

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Would NH Democrats Want Out Of State Military Personel Voting Here?

by Steve MacDonald August 6, 2012

It is generally accepted that military personnel and their families,  no matter where they are working, get to vote back home, no matter where they are and how far away “home” is. But to hear New Hampshire Democrats talk, if there was one or more, great big military bases in New Hampshire, with thousands of […]

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Long read regarding socialist statism and voting Democrat….

by Tim Condon April 22, 2012

I regularly get into political scrums with leftists in various venues. What follows is one where I got set off enough to pen a major lecture to a local socialist (I’ll call him “Chuck”). He was going on about what a successful President Barack Obama is, and how he truly deserves to be re-elected, and […]

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What If You Held an Election and No One Showed Up?

by Steve MacDonald April 11, 2012

Merrimack held it’s local town elections yesterday.  A town of roughly 25,000, with (I’m guessing) close to 18,000 people of voting age, that typically sees 4000-6000 ballots in the average Town election, produced only 2500 ballots yesterday. A bit of advice? When you let one third of the voters decide tax and spending policy for […]

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“What if you are only allowed to vote because it doesn’t make a difference?”

by Skip February 24, 2012

Over at Townhall, Judge Napolitano penned a column that caught my eye: What if you are only allowed to vote because it doesn’t make a difference? What if no matter how you vote, the elites get to have it their way? What if “one person, one vote” is just a fiction created by the government […]

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NH has Voter Fraud? – Hey, How About We Arrest The Messengers?

by Steve MacDonald January 12, 2012

The Project Veritas punking of the gaping holes in New Hampshire’s voting process is priceless.   If you missed it, they used the names of dead people to get ballots in this weeks First in the nation NH primary and posted the video of that on-line.  It demonstrated that vote stealing is not just possible, it is […]

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What If You Held An Election And Nobody Came?

by Steve MacDonald April 13, 2011

I’d like to report to you the complete results from Merrimack’s Town Election yesterday, but I’m having one of those “If a tree falls in the forest…” moments. Neither the Union Leader nor the Nashua Telegraph had any mention of the event. It is as if it never happened.

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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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