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Voter Fraud: The Chain of Custody, Trump’s Voter Integrity Commission and the 17th Amendment

(Hours 1b,c) Rich opened up the first segment of A Question of Voter Fraud with Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayer, by addressing an email from Bob in Merrimack, who pointed out that the real issue to address regarding voter fraud revolves around the vote chain of custody.  They then talked about C. Arthur Soucy’s trouble with the law and President Donald Trump’s Voter Integrity Commission.  Tune in to hear more!   (Hour 1c) As Rich and Ed continued, Ed hinted about an upcoming story concerning Martha Fuller Clark.  They then talked about the use of gerrymandering...

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Ed Mosca on the ACLU’s Voter Registration Lawsuits

(Hour 3c) Rich talked to Ed Mosca about the absurdity of ACLU voter registration lawsuits.  Ed shared about why he thought that the ACLU’s case should be dismissed and pointed out why it wasn’t.  He also criticized Governor Chris Sununu’s change in opinion concerning voter fraud, the political establishment’s disillusion concerning the issue, the perceived fate of the State’s lawsuit and more.  Tune in to get all of the details! Click here to view Ed’s blog....

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Unavailable Voter Checklists and the Election Integrity Commission

(Hours 1b,c) Rich talked to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of the New Hampshire Taxpayers, for an extended segment of A Question of Voter Fraud.  Ed shared stories related to difficulties in retrieving public voter checklists, before discussing President Donald Trump’s voter fraud commission. Dishonorable Mention: Caitlin Ann Legacki (Hour 1c) Rich started by sharing about a Union member who is being pressured to put a sign in his yard, which endorses Kevin Cavanaugh’s campaign.  Ed then informed the listeners about the ACLU’s lawsuit, supported by Senator Betty Lasky and Neal Kurk, aimed at President Donald Trump for a lack...

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Trump’s Election Commission’s Coming to Town

In a few months, maybe weeks, the President Trump Election Commission will start taking public testimony. This has the leftist, progressives, Marxists, college professors of gibberish, and our star media all in a panic, to say the least. They will plead there is no need for an election commission to investigate how Federal Elections are conducted by the states. A large portion of their complaint will be there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud. Progressives will especially object to President Trump pointing out the possibility of millions of illegal votes cast in the last election. The out-of-their mind...

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Voter Checklist Flaws and Combating Voter Fraud

(Hour 1b) Rich took a call from Harriet in Deerfield, who shared about elections and the selling of checklists.  They talked about the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) and pointed out the low number of those on the registration list who own property.  They then discussed the prosecution of out-of-state voters and the difficulty that those combating voter fraud are experiencing.  Tune in to hear all about it!...

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Election Commission Complaints, Gov. Sununu’s Impact on NH and Discussing Upcoming Elections

(Hours 3b,c) Rich talked to Kimberly Morin of NH Political Buzz for Politically Buzzed.  Kimberly started the segment by informing the listeners that Democrats are lying about the Election Commission, pointing out the deceptive tactics.  They talked about the availability in receiving voter information, voter fraud and more.  Tune in for the details! Click here for Ed Mosca’s mentioned article.   (Hour 3c) Rich continued with Kimberly, who discussed the voter fraud issue that is prevalent within the state.  She then pointed out that Granite Staters are experiencing more freedom under the Governorship of Chris Sununu than has been...

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President Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission and Nevada’s DMV Confusion

(Hours 1c,2a) Guest hosts Nick Pappas and Joe Doiron talked to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  They started by speaking about states, such as Kentucky’s, that are denying to send information to President Donald Trump’s voter fraud commission.  Ed then answered a question from John in Manchester regarding the differences between President Trump’s commission and the Kansas project.  Finally, they discussed Secretary of State Bill Gardner, voter fraud in Nevada and more.  Tune in to hear all about it!   (Hour 2a) Joe started the second segment with...

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Voter Suppression and Senate Bill 3

(Hours 1a,b) Guest hosts and State Representatives Victoria Sullivan and John Burt opened up the show by interviewing State Representative Lisa Freeman about Senate Bill 3.  They shared their opinion on whether or not the bill will suppress votes and discussed the threat of voter fraud.    (Hour 1b) As they continued, State Reps Victoria Sullivan, Burt and Freeman talked about the song clip that DJ Dave brought in and they wondered if radio has a safe button.  They then spoke about the loose standards that voter booths maintain and discussed the Democratic impact on the American dream.  Tune in...

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The Queen Sanctuary City and Voter Fraud Investigation Difficulties

(Hours 3b,c) Guest hosts and State Representatives Victoria Sullivan and John Burt talked to Kimberly Morin of NH Political Buzz and DJ Dave for Politically Buzzed.  They spoke about Alderman Kevin Cavanaugh’s statement regarding whether or not the Queen City should be a Sanctuary City and tackled Alderman Chris Herbert’s comments about removing the elderly from their homes.  “Manchester voters need to get their acts together,” Kimberly pointed out.   (Hour 3c) After discussing positive recent moves within the New Hampshire House, Kimberly brought up problems with the election commission.  They spoke about the financial impact of voter fraud investigations, the credibility that...

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Voter Fraud in Virginia, Investigation in Indiana and the Benefits of the Electoral College

(Hour 1c) Guest host Hal Shurtleff began the segment by talking to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, about his topic as a speaker at the upcoming CNHT Picnic.  Ed then informed Hal about Andrew J Spieles of Virginia, who recently plead guilty to registering dead people in Virginia on behalf of a local Democratic group.  Finally, they discussed an investigation in Indiana and extolled the virtues of the Electoral College.  Tune in to this segment of A Question of Voter Fraud get the details!...

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