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What Domicile Does One Use For An Unlawful Election At A Postponed Meeting?

I have had the pleasure of watching an attorney from the New Hampshire Municipal Association (aka – Local Government Center) conclude that various annual meetings in NH were lawfully postponed by various moderators because of a snow storm. The NHMA counsel is using RSA 40:4 The NH Secretary of State takes issue with the NHMA (aka – Siphoned millions, unlawfully from municipalities insurance sold through their exclusive state monopoly) telling municipalities that is unlawful to postpone a meeting that includes an election by ballot. The SoS is using RSA Chapter 654. Right up front I can admit I don’t...

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On Air News Read for May 31, 2016

The offices of the New Hampshire Secretary of State and Attorney General are alerting voters that today is the last day for Republicans and Democrats to change their party registration before the September’s primary.  Both offices are encouraging voters to ensure they’re registered in the party pf primary they intend to vote in to ensure they can.  Voters can confirm their party affiliation on the Secretary of State’s website at sos dot nh dot gov by clicking the “Check Your Party Registration” link.  Voters can also check with their town or city clerk. As we know, undeclared voters have the option of deciding which party primary they would like to vote in on Election Day.  However, those who do not re-register to undeclared after voting in a primary will remain a member of the party primary they voted in, which means they will only be able to vote in that party’s primary again.  Changes to party affiliation may be made with each community’s Supervisors of the Checklist at the advertised sessions they will all hold today. The filing period for candidates running for state, federal and county offices opens tomorrow, Wednesday, June 1st and runs through Friday, June tenth.  Candidates running in a party primary must be registered as a member of that party by May 31st. Speaking of the filing period, Girard at Large has learned that Manchester Ward Six Alderman Nick Pappas is mulling a run...

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Stolen Votes,– Corrupted Elections. Welcome to NH 2015

Submitted by Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of NH Taxpayers, on how New Hampshire’s constitution and election laws are being undermined by those who are supposed to enforce and uphold the law.  ~Publius  NB:  Click here for this morning’s discussion of the article below. [Art.] 11. [Elections and Elective Franchises.] All elections are to be free, and everyinhabitant of the state of 18 years of age and upwards shall have an equal right to vote in any election. Every person shall be considered an inhabitant for the purposes of voting in the town, ward, or unincorporated place where he has his domicile. No person shall have the right to vote under the constitution of this state who has been convicted of treason, bribery or any willful violation of the election laws of this state or of the United States; but the supreme court may, on notice to the attorney general, restore the privilege to vote to any person who may have forfeited it by conviction of such offenses. The general court shall provide by law for voting by qualified voters who at the time of the biennial or state elections, or of the primary elections therefore, or of city elections, or of town elections by official ballot, are absent from the city or town of which they are inhabitants, or who by reason of physical disability are unable...

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Fraudulent voters to receive absentee ballots

(Hour 1c) In this segment of A Question of Voter Fraud, Ed Naile, talks to us about Jared Cram, a one time state representative hopeful and registered Pennsylvania voter. Ed then explains that he will be sending absentee ballots to the three UNH students who are attempting to sue the state of New Hampshire for non-residency voting privileges. We also learned that it is not legal to vote in a primary in one state and then vote in the general election in another...

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Patterns emerge in voter fraud

(Hour 1c) In this segment of A Question of Voter Fraud,  Coalition of NH Taxpayers Chairman Ed Naile updated gave us an update on the lawsuit originally filed by Hannah Rivers, one of four out of state college students who claimed the right to vote despite maintaining out of state residences. Apparrently, Rivers got cold feet, as dod the other original petitioners and have been replaced by a new crew, led by Maine resident and NH college student Annemarie Guare.  (Note:  Posted below the SoundCloud player is an explanation from Naile as well as the lawsuit which is before the NH Supreme Court.  Naile raises the question, “Is New Hampshire really interested in protecting the voter laws currently on the books?”  He then describes how the state of New Hampshire reacts when fraud is proven. Click here for the case pending  before the NH Supreme Court, which Naile summarizes below. The three student petitioners are complaining they want to vote in NH and are currently licensed to drive in other states. The inability to simply get an absentee ballot from their home state – but sue NH to vote here – shows they simply want to maximize their vote over the one they have legally in their legal domicile back home – just hours away. That gives them an unconstitutional advantage over other voters – not by an accident of being in transition from one...

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Voter fraud in NH and ME

(Hour 1c) In this segment of A Question of Voter Fraud, Ed Naile tells us about a lawsuit happening right now.  The ACLU League of Women Voters, Hannah Rivers and three other litigants are suing New Hampshire for the right to vote here.  Maine attorney N. Laurence Willey says that Maine has a problem with voter fraud as well.  What is Ed’s next move?  Find out by tuning...

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Voter Rehab Needed for NH?

(Hour 1c) Coalition of NH Taxpayers Chairman Ed Naile always seems to have his fingers into something when it comes to voter fraud.  This week he talks about fraud finds in Keene.  He also shared the interesting discovery of out-of-state residents voting from the address of a drug rehab facility that may or may not exist.  Also, it looks like the NH House of Representatives is poised to KILL a bill that would enable New Hampshire’s voter list to be crosschecked with lists in 28 other states.  Did we mention that Joe Barton, the guy roughed up by someone from...

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NH Voter Fraud: Digging Up Facts for Legal Arguments

(Hour 1c) Coalition of NH Taxpayers Chairman Ed Naile is still waiting for an apology from the Milford Cabinet on the Jared Cram Voter Fraud case. He won’t hold his breath waiting.  Naile is used to having the evidence of out-of-state ballot thieves ignored.  And not just by the media. Naile made the legal argument against Cram and another NH vote fraudster named Charles Matthews from Somerville, MA. Naile discussed the ways they pursue non-residents voting here and the methods they employ to counteract legal authorities that won’t prosecute Voter...

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Naile on Fresh Leads from Dover, Tip from GAL Listener

(Hour 1c) Ed Naile shared some advice for the folks in Windham from his time serving on a building committee in the 1990’s.  Saving money for taxpayers… what a concept! The Chairman of the Coalition of NH Taxpayers shared information on fresh new leads he’s harvested from the list of 50 names received from David Scott in Dover, who is combing voter checklists for Voter Fraud. We got an update on PA Attorney Jared Cram and some interesting info on a tip sent to Naile from a Girard at Large listener exposing our lax election laws. Also, a shoutout to...

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Naile on Town to Town Tools to Purge NH Voter Fraud

(Hour 1c) Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of NH Taxpayers, called in to sing the praises of NH resident David Scott for his efforts to clean up voter lists in his own backyard. Here’s the link to Section 654:38 on the Verification of Checklists Here’s the response from the NH Ballot Law Commission that Ed discussed. Dear David Scott, As chairman of the State Ballot Law Commission, I am writing to confirm receipt of your letter of December 4, 2014 to Secretary Gardiner, with the attached petition under NHRSA 654:38.  The Secretary of State’s Office has forwarded the...

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