The one person you might expect to make a peep about the Dominion voter machine scandal in Windham has said nothing, publicly, I can find. With a world of experience on all sides of this issue, the silence is deafening.
A one-sentence bill to make our Statewide Voter Database Public (HB551) met with little enthusiasm during the zoom meeting on February 12th. My guess is they are not worried about the poor overburdened AG’s Office Elections Unit. You know, the public servants who will never test the failed Dominion AccuVote OS machines for tampering.
Don’t like dirty elections in NH? Well, here is a way to clean them up. I call it – Transparency. Right here in front of you is an opportunity to shine a light on the out-of-state voters and out-of-date voter checklists in New Hampshire and bring us back the clean elections we enjoyed so many …
How about that voter fraud nest at 436 Walnut St. Manchester? The second-floor apartment rented from February 2020 through November 2020? Three cars, two with Massachusetts plates and one from New York, were parked outside most of that time. The three young ladies staying there were working on NH political campaigns.