7-25-2013 News

State senator Martha Fuller Clark of Portsmouth isn’t the only New Hampshire government official enabling and allowing out of state residents to vote from her home address.  Girard at Large has received information, which we have confirmed, showing that that the adult children of State Board of Education member Emma Rous, a former Democrat State Representative from Durham and former chair of the House Education Committee, who have lived in Norfolk Virginia and Washington, DC for years, have a history of voting in state elections.  Benjamin and Nahanni Rous voted by absentee ballot in the 2012 election.  Rous did not return our call or email for comment yesterday.  Meanwhile, our investigation into the sudden residency, voting and more sudden departure of Vice President Joe Biden’s niece Alana from Manchester has uncovered additional voter fraud.  Daniel J. Kalik remains registered at the 145 Steinmetz Drive address Biden used as her address despite living in Washington, DC.  Kalik, a Democrat, is currently the Director of Political Affairs for J Street, one of the nation’s largest and most influential Israeli political action groups.  It’s located in Washington.  Property owner Patricia Kalik, did not return our call.  Her late husband Allen remains on the voter registration rolls, despite having passed back in 2011.  As with the Rous children, Kalik voted by absentee ballot, raising questions about just how pervasive voter fraud via absentee ballot may be in the state.  We’ll have more on all of this during the show.  There’s much, much more.

In a related matter, State Representative Jr Hoell of Dunbarton and Bow is calling on State Senator Fuller Clark to resign immediately.  In a statement released on facebook, Hoell said if Fuller Clark finds it acceptable to allow out of state, non NH residents, “hired campaign workers,” to use of her personal home address to grant them voting privileges. she should resign immediately over this disgrace!  Among those voting from Fuller Clark’s residence were paid congressional staffers and Obama political operatives with permanent residences in Washington, DC and others with permanent residences in Arkansas and North Carolina, who clearly never had any intention of living in our state beyond the election and, in fact, didn’t.

More news from our own corrupted backyard after this.

In response to recent residential burglaries, the Bedford Police Department will host a public information meeting on the evening of Wednesday July 31st from 7:00 to 9:00 at the Bedford Safety Complex.  The meeting will cover a number of topics including how to properly secure your property, the steps you can take to help prevent being a victim of a burglary as well as a presentation from the department about its neighborhood watch program.  The meeting is open to the public and residents are strongly encouraged to attend.  

Is a settlement in sight between the Manchester and Hooksett school boards over the tuition contract?  That’s actually the surprising scuttlebutt arising from the scheduling of a special meeting of the Manchester Board of School Committee tonight.  Though scheduled, Girard at Large has learned the meeting was cancelled.  When contacted for comment, Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas, who spent the entire day in the mediation session, would only say that the parties had a productive day and were hopeful the talks would lead to a resolution and avoid court.  He was hopeful details would be finalized by the end of this week and that each board would meet next week to review the details and decide whether or not to accept the arrangement.

The water of Manchester Water Works customers will likely have a stronger than normal chlorine odor and taste for the next few days.  The Water Works discovered elevated, but not dangerous, levels of Coliform bacteria during routine water sampling and testing.  Until levels are brought down to normal, a stronger chlorine disinfectant will be used.  It is expected the matter will be resolved within a week.  The water is safe to drink and there’s no reason not to use it or boil it according to the statement issued yesterday.  You can get all the details with this newscast at Girard at Large dot com.

That’s news from our own backyard, Girard at Large hour ___ continues right after this!