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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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Once again, Republicans refuse to stand up for…..Republicans

You can be sure that if this was on the other foot, that it was a Republican that had won with “uncertain” residency credentials, NH Dem Party Chair would be threatening to bomb the Hague NH State Senate chambers. But once again, we see limpness of elected Republican spines in the face of confrontation (reformatted, …

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All of a sudden the conversation ended

And all of a sudden…

So just now, I get a rather terse phone call from a man who says his name is Brad Cook (The name on the phone came up as Sheehan Phinney). He says he’s the Chairman of the Ballot Law Commission. He asks me if I’m the one who wrote the complaint about Jon Morgan’s residency …

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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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To Where Does NH’s Policy Of Accepting Voter Fraud Lead?

New Hampshire’s policy of violating the State Constitution by letting non-residents vote here has just expanded to – non-citizens can sit as jurors in Federal cases. This is just what Judge Barbadaro concluded in this recent case, The United States of America   v.   Alfredo Gonzalez – Case No. 16-cr-162-12-PB  Opinion No. 2018 DNH 086

UNH Residency Rules Good Enough for Election Law

Out-of-state college students who pay out-of-state tuition are not just encouraged but allowed to vote in New Hampshire. It’s a long-standing issue. But the University of NH has a solution. (90 seconds)