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.
They packed up and left in late November, never registering their vehicles, as any new NH resident is required to do by law.
That fact goes to intent.
You can’t force a new voter to stay, but you can require them to follow the law while they are here. How is that for a novel approach to clean elections?
Did they have any connection to NH other than campaigning against State Senator Gary Daniels or State senator Ruth Ward? (Two of my favorites) Were they helping out other candidates or elected officials?
It would be hard to tell if they relocated inside NH, but these returned registered letters designated “unable to forward” were sent to them at 436 Walnut St. – but after many weeks, came back:
The three out-of-state campaign workers all voted in Manchester using 436 Walnut St. as their domicile, which it clearly is not and was not.
They voted by absentee in – October.
The State of NH AG’s Election Unit received an official complaint on each one and responded to Rich Girard, the complainant and former elected official in Manchester, on November 2, 2020.
And for some reason – they copied me.
Those letters are here:Letters AG 436 Walnut st
How long will these out-of-state voters remain on the Manchester checklist?
Anyone could use their address to vote in the next election. We have caught that trick before. NH has zero voter ID, so it is easy.
Each election cycle adds hundreds of voters, just like these non-residents.
We will keep track of them and see what campaign they land in next.
Or if we get any response from the NH AG’s Election Unit this decade.