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NH Dems – College Students Are Too Dumb to Understand What It Means to be a Resident of New Hampshire (I’m Not Kidding) …

This: From the linked op-ed: The ACLU is arguing that the law is too confusing to implement in upcoming elections, including the presidential primary in February, and they’re right. Agencies that should be able to explain just what the law does or does not do, including the Secretary of State’s Office and the Division of …

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New Hampshire Attorney General Undermining the Voter-Residency Requirement

House Bill 1264, which became effective in July, made the act of voting in New Hampshire a declaration of residency in New Hampshire, triggering all the responsibilities that come with being a resident of New Hampshire. The New Hampshire Attorney General, however, seems intent on undermining House Bill 1264. The “Election Law Unit” issued advice …

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Activist DemocRAT Judge Gives N.H. DemocRATS a Victory In Voting Lawsuit

Judge Joe Laplante … a DemocRAT (I cannot find you a link on this, but I clearly remember him marching around Ward 1 in Manchester in 2000 with a Kakavas sign) … recently issued an order refusing to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the New Hampshire DemocRATS against New Hampshire’s Voter-Residency law. The law simply …

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Why Is Governor Sununu Not Enforcing the Voter-Residency-Rule?

So HB 1264 (the voter-residency-rule) finally went into effect on July 1st. In 2018, the then GOP Senate delayed HB 1264’s effective-date until after the 2018 election, which likely led to the Democrats taking control of all of State government except the Governor’s office. This was such a boneheaded move that I conjectured that the …

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Jeanne Shaheen Calls for Democrats to Support Voter Suppression of Granite Staters

Today, Senator Jeanne Shaheen is calling for all presidential candidates in the Democrat Party to continue allowing out-of-state voters to vote in New Hampshire elections: Of course, Shaheen is straight up LYING but what else is new. When someone moves to New Hampshire, they have 60 days to register their vehicles and change their licenses …

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The Silence of the Sununu

This: What NHPR means by “Roll Back Voter Residency Restrictions” is repealing House Bill 1264 and once again allowing out-of-State college students to vote in New Hampshire elections while remaining residents of their home States. In other words, these college students will once again have a special, privileged status under the law, under which they …

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NH is Ground Zero in the War On Voting Rights? Seriously?

Slate’s headline is “Ground Zero in the War on Voting Rights.” The Subhead reads “New Hampshire Republicans passed a bill to suppress the student vote. Democrats have one last chance to defeat it.” Are you all that stupid? Seriously? Okay. Wait. Let’s try a little test. It’s called “show me the student voter suppression.” Pay attention. …

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Sununu Signs HB1264 – Clarifying Residence and Domicile for Voting Purposes.

Ed Nail has been all over this, naturally but I just finished reading the decision so while you should read all of Ed’s remarks I want to try to use the court’s judgment to clarify what just happened when Governor Sununu signed HB1264 into law. An excerpt from the State Supreme Court’s decision will help us …

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New Hampshire State Supreme Court: HB1264 is Constitutional, And Then Some…

I see two of the New Hampshire State Supreme Court have almost put an end to our policy of letting out-of-state, unqualified voters determine our Federal elections. The two others, Gary Hicks and Jimmy Bassett, should be removed from office for lack of enough common sense to be on any court. The majority found that …

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Some Thoughts on the House Bill 1264 Memoranda Filed With the Supreme Court — Part III

DEMOCRAT STATE SENATORS WOODBURN, SOUCY, AND FELTES  As I discussed in Part I, the primary argument of these Democrat State Senators —like the ACLU and like the Democrat Executive Councilors— is that the Court should not return answers to the questions.  Because I already addressed this argument in my discussion of the Attorney General’s memorandum in …

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