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Gordon MacDonald

I Think This Constitutes a Significant Voter Fraud Effort

Voter fraud exists and not always just detected at the polls. Often, it is what is done before a ballot gets inserted into the box that is fraud. Ballot harvesting, letting non-citizens vote, voter rolls unkept, dead people voting, universal ballot mailing to “dead” addresses.

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Some Steps to Reduce Voter Fraud

If we really want to have the voter registration laws in New Hampshire mean something as far as ballot integrity, this writer humbly suggests the following steps as solutions:  Eliminate same-day registration. Cause the voter checklists to be “closed” a reasonable time before each election, say 30 days or 60 days, after which if you …

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Bloody Kansas Redux

The State of Kansas has an election law requiring documentary proof of citizenship (“DPOC”) for voter registration. Why is this issue important to us in New Hampshire? NH law, RSA 654:1, makes being a citizen of the US one of the essential qualifications for registration to vote. This past Wednesday, April 29, the federal Court …

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Political Violence is Rising and Escalating

Political Violence is Rising and Escalating

Ryan Saavedra from DailyWire.com is reporting that authorities in Florida are dealing with a situation from Saturday. Republican volunteers were registering people to vote. They were working in a tent. A man deliberately rammed a vehicle into the tent.

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Man Allegedly Plows into Trump Voter Registration Tent

A 27 year old Florida Man has been arrested and charged for allegedly driving his van through a Trump volunteer voter registration tent. No one was injured in the event. Gregory “Timm was charged with aggravated assault, criminal mischief, and driving with a suspended license, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. He was jailed without …

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SCOTUS Protects Rule of Law by 5-4 Decision in Ohio Election Case

In a case brought against the State of Ohio over how it interprets Federal law regarding the removal of ineligible voters from state voting rolls, four out of nine Justices attempted to legislate from the bench in deciding HUSTED v. A. PHILIP RANDOLPH INSTITUTE. “Respondents contend that Ohio’s process for removing voters on change-of-residence grounds violates this …

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