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Tag: Voter Fraud

A tale to two types of voters

The Concord paper serves a city that has a ton of people who work for, or have a family member who works for, government. They like a news source that makes them feel happy and secure. Well, they have it in spades with the local paper. Here is an example: http://www.concordmonitor.com/Democrats-question-lawmaker-s-motives-in-getting-voter-data-12358315 Take this poorly crafted, but standard, attack article about the devious motives of a person who simply wanted to put to rest all the allegations of voter fraud in New Hampshire. The story writer attempts to expose House Speaker Shawn Jasper for asking the Secretary of State to...

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Ask Martha how she does it

Apparently, the City of Portsmouth has a problem with people renting out apartments through Airbnb. http://www.unionleader.com/business/Portsmouth-zoning-law-trouble-for-Airbnb-09112017 From the story: “Officials do not track Airbnb rentals specifically, and city attorney Robert Sullivan says he estimates the total number of cease and desist orders issued this year for short-term rentals is less than 10.” “Sullivan explained on Thursday that unless something is specifically allowed under Portsmouth’s zoning ordinance, it is not permissible. And any business owner who hosts people for a fee, regardless of how they book the property, has to make sure they follow city ordinances for bed and breakfasts...

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On Air News Read for September 12, 2017

Recent personal and political attacks against Secretary of State Bill Gardner by senators Jeanne Shaheen, Health Care Queen and Margaret Wood Hassan aren’t going without notice or without response.  The senators issued a joint statement on Facebook again criticizing Gardner for his involvement with the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity after Vice-Chair Kris Kobach, Kansas’ Secretary of State, penned an op. ed. declaring that, were it not for voter fraud, Senator Kelly Ayotte would likely have been reelected. Kobach’s piece ran after New Hampshire House Speaker Shawn Jasper released voter statistics he received from the Office of the...

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Albert MacArthur Jr. – Candidate for State Rep in Ward 8

(Hour 1b) Rich talked to Albert MacArthur Jr., who is a candidate for State Rep in Ward 8.  After discussing his father’s military service and his own occupation, he shared his reasoning behind running for office.  They also addressed the opioid crisis, voter fraud, the Right to Know law and more.  Tune in to learn more!...

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On Air News Read for September 8, 2017

The Bedford Police and Fire departments announced that their phone systems will undergo upgrades that will take them off line from Midnight tonight to six A M tomorrow morning.  The upgrades actually started last night at Midnight, which put the system off-line until six this morning,  but they didn’t tell anybody it was happening until a notice was issued at five yesterday evening.  Those who need to contact either department for non-emergency purposes while the system is down are asked to dial 4 7 1 0 3 5 3.  Emergency 9 1 1 service will not be affected. Three...

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The Humble Host Investigates Unregistered Voters in the Granite State

(Hour 2a) Rich discussed voter fraud issues, reading from a seven page letter sent from the Secretary of State and the Commissioner of Safety to the Speaker of the House.  He spoke about the Crosscheck Program, registered vehicles in the Granite State and more.  Tune in to hear the surprising number of voters who aren’t registered in your state! Click here and Click here to view the mentioned letters....

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Voter Integrity Events and Discussing Data Trails

(Hour 1c) Rich talked to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  Ed started by telling Rich about his voter fraud event in San Francisco, California.  “I don’t think we should be doing electronic checklists at the polls,” Rich pointed out as they discussed the need for a public paper trail in election data.  Finally, Ed pointed out his plans to support President Trump’s Voter Integrity Commission.  Tune in to get the details! Dishonorable Mentions: Jared Stephen Cram and Louise Ann Fontaine...

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On Air News Read for August 30, 2017

New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald and Secretary of State Bill Gardner issued a statement yesterday saying that archived copies of the state’s voter database won’t be turned over to the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity or available to the public until further notice.  While scanning copies of the documents in order to provide them to the commission, workers discovered hand written notes on some checklists that divulged non-public information on domestic violence victims allowed to vote by absentee ballot because of protective orders but marked on the checklist as having voted in person.  Gardner and MacDonald said...

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A Senate Bill 3 Lawsuit and Scrutinizing Expanded Medicaid

(Hour 2b) After talking about The Bangles’ Eternal Flame, Rich tackled the Democratic Party’s lawsuit against the State of New Hampshire over Senate Bill 3.  He discussed the issue of illegal immigrants, former Governor Maggie Hassan’s handling of expanded Medicaid and more!  Tune in to get the details! Click here for more information....

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