Another case of voter fraud/vote stealing? Meet, Lavanya Prabhakar whose legal domicile is not from around here.
877 DEPOT RD
BOXBOROUGH, MA, 01719
Which, it seems, she shares with her sister. No problem with that. Currently, Lavanya looks like she is working on the US Federal Government’s Ambassador to New Hampshire Jeanne Shaheen’s reelection campaign (“research for @JeanneShaheen | previously: @NHDems “) with two other young ladies, living at the :
436 Walnut St.
There is a Kavanaugh sign up there in the window. I checked with the Boxborough Town Clerk and she emailed me Lavanya Prabhakar’s voter history. She is listed as “active” and could walk in and vote in Boxborough from the Depot Rd. address. Lavanya could vote at home by absentee ballot. And she has voted from that address:
Voter Id 06 PLA1997001 I PRABHAKAR, LAVANYA
Election Type Election Date Party Voted City Town Voted
STATE ELECTION 11/06/2018 BOXBOROUGH
STATE PRIMARY 09/04/2018 DEMOCRAT BOXBOROUGH
STATE ELECTION 11/08/2016 BOXBOROUGH
PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 03/01/2016 DEMOCRAT BOXBOROUGH
Lavanya appears to be driving a car with MA plates. It is seen parked outside the 436 Walnut St. rental. The license plate cover is from a Honda dealer 16 miles from Boxborough. So Lavanya’s MA. licensed car must be the dark blue Honda CR-V:
So far, Lavanya Prabhakar has found one thing she can do to attempt to become a domiciled inhabitant of our state. She found a way to register to vote absentee on August 6, 2020. That is what some Sen. Martha Fuller-Clark’s transient Obama workers did before they left for home (See: Arkansas Attorney, Bryan Gregory Griffith).
From the Manchester, NH, Ward 1 Absentee Ballot checklist:
300577971 PRABHAKAR, LAVANYA 436 WALNUT ST 01 DEM 08/06/2020
My sources say Lavanya Prabhakar also voted in the NH Presidential Primary Feb. 11, 2020.
From what was sent to me by the Boxborough Town Clerk, the last time Lavanya voted in Boxborough, MA. was in an August 4, 2018 primary. That seems like plenty of time to register a car, get a NH license, return your Massachusetts plates to the Massachusetts DMV and make some effort to show you are a legally domiciled NH inhabitant.
There is the problem. If you are a person with a history of transient campaign work, five months here, five months there, and you have Massachusetts plates on your car and are registered to vote in Massachusetts – it doesn’t look like you abandoned your previous domicile. See: Newburger v. Peterson 1972.
If you are living, for months, in a rental unit with two other transient campaign workers it appears, once again, there was no abandonment of the previous domicile or vehicle registration. This shouldn’t be so hard for a professional campaign worker to figure out.
It is this simple. You can’t make a person stay in NH after they voted or prevent them from voting because they intend to leave. See: “Newburger” and the “Dunn” case. But you can hold transient voters to the laws currently on our books – if the NH AG or the NH Dept. of Motor Vehicles is inclined to.
From Lavanya’s LinkedIn page:
237 connections: Shaheen for Senate
Here, from the same LinkedIn page, is Lavanya’s political employment history:
- Research Assistant (Shaheen for Senate) Aug 2020 – Present 3 months
- New Hampshire Democratic Party Research and Tracking Sep 2019 – Aug 2020 1 year
- Scholars Strategy Network Communications Intern Scholars Strategy Network Aug 2018 – May 2019 10 months Cambridge, Massachusetts
- Boston University Mugar Library Ambassador Boston University Sep 2016 – May 2019 2 years 9 months
- Democratic National Committee Summer Research Intern Jun 2018 – Aug 2018 3 months Washington D.C. Metro Area
- UN Migration Agency (IOM) Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR) Intern Oct 2017 – Dec 2017 3 months Geneva Area, Switzerland
- Office of U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren Constituent Services Intern Jun 2017 – Aug 20173 months
At Senator Warren’s Boston office, interns did general office work, including answering phones, returning voicemails, and processing mail. Working front desk shifts helped me improve my customer service skills as well as develop strategies for dealing with many different kinds of people. In addition to this, I assisted staffers with their constituent casework. This included sending letters to constituents, calling federal agencies, and updating constituent case files.
- Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate Education and Visitor Experience Intern May 2017 – Aug 2017 4 months
At the Edward Kennedy Institute, I led tours and taught museum visitors about the history and function of the United State Senate. I supported the staff during various programs and special events. Over the course of the internship, I conducted a research project about Senate offices which I then presented in front of EMKI staff.
- Office of Congresswoman Niki Tsongas Constituent Services Intern May 2016 – Aug 2016 4 months Lowell, MA
At Congresswoman Tsongas’ office, I answered phone calls from constituent and various business and government contacts. I drafted memos, certificates, and letters on behalf of the Congresswoman to her constituents. Over the course of the internship, I assisted many staffers with constituent casework which ranged from immigration to veteran’s affairs.