Remember The 1200 Elm St. Voter Fraud Nest of 2012? So, Where Are They Now? - Granite Grok

Remember The 1200 Elm St. Voter Fraud Nest of 2012? So, Where Are They Now?

1200 Elm St Manchester

Back in 2008 and 2012, there was a Democrat boiler room operation at 1200 Elm St. in Manchester, NH. Multiple units were rented by someone for around $1,200 a month. The Coalition of NH Taxpayers got a tip about the place and started looking into it.

Related: Ed Naile on Girard at Large to talk…Vote Fraud

Unit #402 looked interesting. It appears Unit #402 was rented by a long time Manchester resident. But the other occupants seemed out of place. This pattern was repeated throughout the property.

At the time, I used the names of many of the 1200 Elm occupants on Rich Girard’s radio program, “Girard at Large, 90.7 FM,” as well as other radio programs and blogs like our own cnht.org and GraniteGrok. Concord Patch has done a bang-up job as well.

Back to Unit# 402.

One person, not domiciled in NH, but who was simply working on a campaign in our state, was Stephanie Cutter of Precision Strategies.

Stephanie was a big deal on talk shows back then but a bit flakey, to say the least, and she did not last long.

In 2008 Caitlin Anne Legaki voted from Unit #402. We will get back to this Precision Strategies interstate voter in another article. She is complicated and still has a NH connection.

The most interesting #402, 2012 non-resident voter is Kate Bedingfield. Does she sound familiar?

Kate is now a communications director for Vice President Joe Biden.

Another flakey “strategist” who argues Republicans filling an open Supra seat is “court-packing.”

These out-of-state, never domiciled voters, watered-down YOUR legal NH vote and were never charged with voter fraud like the recent 2020 indictment of Mary Kate Lowndes. Lowndes used an address of a shopping center in 2016 and 2018 to vote in NH. Using a shopping center address is no different than using an apartment number that is not your legal domicile – to steal a vote. Suddenly, in 2020 the NH AG’s Office seems to understand this.

If you want to listen to two segments of Rich Girard’s show on voter fraud (here and here), both are still relevant and expose the players in NH voter fraud who have gone on to work in national politics.

The Elections Unit of the NH AG’s Office has failed to investigate and prosecute any of these out-of-state voters for 20 years.

Is it because they did not want to hurt the careers of up and coming Democrat activists?

Sure looks like it.