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North Carolina’s new clean election laws were just confirmed by the US Supreme Court several weeks ago. http://www.wral.com/us-supreme-court-sides-with-nc-on-voting-rules/14058875/ N.C., as NH should, dumped same day registration. But another in-place leftist scheme to steal an election by any means just hit a snag because of an alert group of citizens there - The Voter Integrity Project of North Carolina.
Immigrants who are not US citizens are registering to vote using driver’s licenses they have been able to acquire through Obama programs.
So what do you do with a non-citizen with an Obama North Carolina driver’s license who registers to vote?
Deport him ASAP.
As state by state voter fraud schemes created by lawsuits, rigged court cases, and leftist legislatures take hold you will see more stories like this one from New York state where some voters are “164 years old”.
Yea it all sounds kind of goofy to let someone use the birth year of 1850 for their voter registration card. But winning by our pals on the left is all that matters. In the upside down world of being progressive – it makes sense.
Take a look at New Hampshire’s statewide voter database if you have $3,500 bucks.
Are we any better than New York?
The birth dates on most of the NH’s voter start with January first.
In the name of secrecy in keeping public information from citizens concerned with NH’s rampant voter fraud NH officials play games with birth dates on the front side of the numbers rather than make up fake birth years.
The result is happily for them the same.
Thank a Democrat next time you see one standing around the poling place.
He might be from New York.
The Manchester Paper has an article about their Freedom of Information request for the names of illegal aliens caught by ICE in NH.
They list these fine fellows in the article:
"1. Jesus Ascencio-Rodriguez, of Manchester. He stated to ICE officials he entered the U.S. from Mexico illegally without inspection at an unknown location along the U.S./Mexico border in April 2001. Convicted of illegal entry to U.S. in McAllen, Texas, in 2001.
2. Pedro Castaneda-Briones, of Manchester. He stated he entered the U.S. from Mexico illegally in 1999 without inspection at an unknown location along the U.S./Mexico border. One prior Notice to Appear arrest in 2004.
3. Jose Luis De Los Angeles Martinez, of Nashua. Records show he was admitted to the U.S. on June 22, 1996, as an immigrant from the Dominican Republic, though no applications for citizenship are pending, and neither of his parents have become U.S. citizens. Criminal record includes a deportable conviction for shoplifting in 2001.
4. Carlos A. Opsina-Gallego, of Manchester. Records show he was admitted to the U.S. on April 3, 2001 as an immigrant from Colombia, though no applications for citizenship are pending.
5. Marcelo Quisbert Chambi, of Nashua. He is a citizen and national of Bolivia by birth. He was ordered removed by an immigration judge on Jan. 8, 1988. Immigration records show no legal entries into the U.S. He was found guilty of criminal trespassing on Nov. 11, 1993, in Nashua, and ordered to pay a $100 fine.
6. Carlos Francisco Santos, of Dover. Records show he was born in the Dominican Republic and entered the U.S. as a Lawful Permanent Resident on Nov. 12, 1992, in Newark, N.J. Because he has sole custody of his two children, he turned them over to his cousin while he was processed. He was released on an Order of Recognizance, and had placed on GPS monitoring."
There we have it. A half dozen names.
And here are those same names listed as active registered voters in New Hampshire. The details of their registration are not subject to the NH Right to Know Law so we can not confirm exactly who these voters are. So is that is why Democrat legislators gutted our election laws when they had the opportunity and why NH Democrat Governors veto photo ID at every chance they get?
Jesus Rodriguez 359 Beech St, Manchester
Registered U voted 2008 and 2012 general election.
Jose Luis Martinez 21 Grant St, Laconia, registered Democrat - voted 2008 and 2012 general election.
Two out of six.
I wonder if we had all the names of the illegal aliens in NH how many would be registered voters?
Jared Steven Cram, Pennsylvania lawyer, marriage equality activist, Democrat, big eater, and NH vote thief, is a shining example of DOMICILE vs. RESIDENCE.
No wait, they are the same thing!
Pennsylvania’s Consolidated Law 1302 (b), the Pa. statute that says if you are a resident and vote in any other state’s election you are no longer a resident of Pa., trips up our boy lawyer who is claiming he has a right to vote municipal in Philly and federal in New Hampshire when he feels like it – as he has done repeatedly. And, sadly, as thousands of other out-of-staters have done.
Pa. uses the word “resident” in election law and “domicile” in tax law among others.
The difference is no difference at all.
Check this out:
“(b) Rules for determination.--The following apply:
(1) That the place shall be considered the residence of an individual in which habitation is fixed and to which, whenever the individual is absent, the individual has the intention of returning.
(2) An individual shall not be considered to have lost residence if the individual leaves home and goes into another state or another election district for temporary purposes only, with the intention of returning.
(3) An individual shall not be considered to have gained a residence in an election district if the individual comes into that district for temporary purposes only, without the intention of making that election district a permanent place of abode.
(4) If an individual removes to another state with the intention of making that state the permanent residence, the individual shall be considered to have lost residence in this Commonwealth.
(5) If an individual removes to another state with the intention of remaining there an indefinite time and making that state the place of residence, the individual shall be considered to have lost residence in this Commonwealth, notwithstanding an intention to return at some indefinite future period.
(6) If an individual goes into another state and, while there, votes in an election held by that state, the individual shall be considered to have lost residence in this Commonwealth.
(7) An individual employed in the service of the Federal Government or of the Commonwealth and required thereby to be absent from the municipality where the individual resided when entering that employment and the spouse of the individual may remain registered in the district where the individual resided immediately prior to entering that employment, and the individual and the spouse shall be enrolled in the political party designated by the individual or spouse without declaring a residence by street and number.”
I like how Pennsylvania’s definition of “residence” is the same as the legal definition of “domicile”. Gee I wonder why? Could it be that legal definitions of domicile often note that many state constitutions use the words interchangeably?
So let Jared explain to officials that domicile and residence are two different words from two different planets and that lets him vote in any state he wants, whenever he wants, as long as it benefits him and his causes.
Maybe the Pennsylvania Bar he belongs to will understand, or even the bank he works for as a trusted financial planner. I wonder if he uses his own definitions there as well?
As luck would have it the New Hampshire Constitution demands a domicile for any inhabitant to vote in their ward or town.
Our Founding Fathers were correct down to the letter of the law when the chose domicile as the requirement to vote. I wish our NH officials and judges who are supposed to protect our votes would pay attention to that fact.
You may notice I call Jared Steven Cram a vote thief which if it was a falsehood would be called libel, or slander, or maybe a banana. I hope he responds so we can ask him.