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Voter Rights and Defining Domicile

(Hour 3a) Rich informed the listeners about the interaction between himself and a listener on Twitter, who disagrees with his stance on voting rights.  He commented on the definition of domicile and shared about the temptation to vote when he was in college.  He then read directly from the New Hampshire Constitution.  Tune in for all of the details. Click here to view the NH Constitution. ...

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Donald Trump and a Vote Fraud Investigation

(Hour 1c) Rich spoke about President Donald Trump’s mission to expose and eliminate voter fraud.  He discussed an email that A Question of Voter Fraud Anchor Ed Naile sent to Commissioner Ellen Weintraub.  He then talked about the Attorney General’s stance on voter fraud, before taking a call from Election Law Committee member and State Rep from Ward 4 Lisa Freeman.  They discussed absentee ballots and the AG’s voter fraud investigation. ...

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Voter ID Laws and Carl Gibson

(Hour 1c) Rich talked to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  Ed talked about some active federal judges, who are nullifying voter ID laws.  He updated the listeners about Judge McNamara, Carl Robert Gibson, news from James O’Keefe and more. Click here for more information about O’Keefe’s work in...

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CNHT’s Picnic and Zoning Board Abuse

(Hour 1c) Rich spoke to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, about the Coalition of NH Taxpayers’ recent annual picnic for A Question of Voter Fraud.  He updated Ed on a Right to Know case regarding zoning board abuse in Sandwich, NH. Click here for more information about the case. Click here for more information about why Ed wasn’t in studio this...

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Cram, Gibson and the Voter Integrity Project

(Hour 1c) Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, talked to us about upcoming plans for this Friday in A Question of Voter Fraud.  He spoke about Susan the Lawyer, Jared Stephen Cram and Carl Robert Gibson.  We heard about his amicus brief and an upcoming Right to Know request that Ed is going to file.  Finally, we heard about the Voter Integrity Project in North Carolina....

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Amicus Brief: Motion to Quash

(Hour 1c) Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, spoke to us about animals in his home.  He then talked to Rich about Carl Robert Gibson.  We heard about the amicus brief that Ed filed and the state’s objection to it.  They shared about the Concord Monitor and their involvement in the matter.  Finally, we heard about Jared Stephen Cram in this segment of A Question of Voter Fraud....

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State Rejects Amicus Brief

(Hours 1a,b) Rich told us about this morning’s busy show schedule before he talked to us about what he did over the weekend.  He then discussed New Hampshire’s decision to move to dismiss Ed Naile’s brief, which was designed to help the state prosecute the case against fraudulent voter Carl Gibson.  He gave his listeners a refresher regarding who Gibson is and how he initially received Naile’s attention. (Hour 1b) Rich continued with his discussion regarding C. Robert Gibson.  We heard about Attorney General Stephen Labonte and he talked about an attack on Project Veritas’ James O’Keefe.  He reemphasized the point that Gibson publicly admitted his guilt in the matter....

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On Air News Read for April 25, 2016

Parker-Varney Elementary School in Manchester has won the National 2016 School Innovation and Change Award.  The award comes with a ten thousand dollar prize to support the school’s ongoing efforts to change.  Parker-Varney is one of just five elementary schools recognized across the country.  The award includes national recognition in New York City with itinerant media coverage, subsidized participation of the school’s principal in the nineteenth Annual National Principals Leadership Institute, also in New York City, and a leadership consultation with a member of the group’s national faculty.  Parker Varney will hold an award ceremony on the morning of May ninth at 9:30. An informational meeting will be held this week for residents in Manchester’s South End to discuss the discovery of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) in some local water samples, including one private well in the Queen City.  The meeting will be held at the Highland Goffe’s Falls Elementary School tomorrow night at six.  Nearly thirty South End households in the tail section of the city with private wells have been specifically invited to attend the meeting, though it is open to the general public.  This is the latest in a series of meetings that have been held in Merrimack, Litchfield and Bedford following disclosure by Saint Gobain that it had discovered the chemical in the water.  The company uses the compound to make Teflon.  Hundreds of households in the...

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The Case of C. Robert Gibson

(Hours 1b,c) We were joined this morning by Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  We heard an update on the case with C. Robert Gibson, who impersonated a candidate and attempted to suppress her vote. (Hour 1c) We continued in our discussion about fraudulent voter C. Robert Gibson.  Ed told us about his filing of an Amicus Brief.  We heard about the Yes Men, with whom Carl is...

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