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In Defense Of James O’Keefe And NH Voters

Project Veritas is back in New Hampshire doing something the NH AG’s Office “Elections Division” hates. James O’Keefe and his journalists are videotaping and exposing voter fraud. It exposes the “Elections Division” of the NH AG’s Office for what they are – political hacks. For decades we have put up with the nonsensical position that …

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Once Again, the NH-ACLU has Duped Students into Being Plaintiffs in a Stupid Case.

Here is the least laughable part of the NHACLU “suit” against NH voters. I have copied a paragraph of it here without citation and page break: “HB 1264 is unconstitutional under at least three different theories. First, HB 1264 violates the First and Fourteenth Amendments to the  United  States Constitution under the Anderson/Burdick, framework in that …

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ACLU Sues New Hampshire on Behalf Of Out-of-State Voters

Essentially admitting Democrats would have trouble winning statewide elections without thousands of out-of-state college students, the NH-ACLU has found two foolish Dartmouth students to be litigants in a suit to end the practice of NH voters having to choose NH as their lawful domicile.

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Minority Leader Dick Hinch – “I don’t believe it is unreasonable for us to require that those who participate in our elections be residents of our state,”

CONCORD, NH- House Republican Leader Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) released the following statement in response to public hearings held Thursday on HB105, relative to domicile residency, voter registration, and investigation of voter verification letters and HB106, relative to the terms “resident,” “inhabitant,” “residence,” and “residency.” “HB106 seeks to repeal common sense legislation that the State just …

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Isn’t that what it’s supposed to be? A deterrent? – Part 2

Earlier I pointed out that the high penalty for violating SB3 is $5000 which is being used as an argument against allowing the law to come into force (“The $5,000 fine is financially crushing to college students“).  This was pointed out as part of the Democrat testimony against SB3 (reformatted, emphasis mine): Recent UNH graduate …

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New Hampshire Secretary of State Confused About Voter Fraud, Laws, Words, Election Integrity

The lunacy involving NH permitting illegal, out-of-state voting which has continued because there seems to be a complete misunderstanding of how laws work, and what words mean. I can’t even begin to imagine how people in charge of New Hampshire’s election laws read a court case. There is solid proof they only accept parts of …

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Guare, The No Win Case

Take a look at some of the more interesting parts of the 2014 Guare v. NH case that was meant to codify out-of-state, unqualified voter’s participation in New Hampshire elections. You can see how this case, in my opinion, was never meant to be won by “our side.” My comments are in parenthesis. Supreme Court …

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