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Swamp The Vote!

As could be easily predicted, the NH ACLU and the League of Women Voters went to Superior court in Rockingham County to try to persuade liberal Judge Lewis to stop implementation of the new Voter ID law in time to register as many out-of-state students as possible.


And the person who is supposed to protect your NH right to vote is the NH Attorney General’s Office which has never shown a serious effort to catch non-resident voters, from what I know of the situation.

This is how New Hampshire has worked for several decades I am aware of. Nothing shocking or new here to report.

Judge Lewis is the same judge who, when we went to his court for equitable treatment, was not disturbed in the least that the Moderator of the Town of Atkinson stopped our Coalition of New Hampshire photographer from quietly taking pictures, at my request, of the Atkinson Deliberative session in 2009.

I can see where this hearing on voter ID is going.

One of several things, beside the NH Constitution, the judge will have to ignore will be the multi-choice offerings of where to vote and what laws to comply with he will grant to non-resident voters with a delay in the voter ID law.

And as stated in the NH Constitution, voters shall vote in the “ward or town in which they are domiciled” – domiciled being an existing fact, not an intention. That should be the standard.

But this case is trying to put forth the idea that were in NH are making the poor students and their recruiters promise to make NH their home in the future. That is not the reality. The Legislature intended to make the non-residents become residents to vote and follow NH laws like real residents are required to. It is that simple.

Non-resident voters will be rounded up again this election cycle if Lewis deems it so, by their professors and driven to the polls, labeled with a sticker for easy identification after stealing a NH residents vote, then left on the checklist for ten years or so, long after they have left, if the ACLU gets its way.

It will up to the courts, political parties and politicians who benefit from non-resident voting to keep our crooked system in place. Two standards for voting is crooked.

On the other hand, real NH residents, ones who pay taxes and twenty year bonds, know the issues, serve on juries, and care about this state, could swamp the polls this November 6, and teach these people a lesson.

Don’t count on the AG or the judges in this state to protect your vote.

It is up to you!

Reader Comments (3)


Right on.

This law actually puts liberals in a real quandary. The laws about how soon you have to register your car with the State have been on the books for many years. As we know, vehicle registrations are a big revenue stream for towns and the state. That's a lot of ching that libs would love to spend on things like, oh, I dunno, free rides to the polls for the homeless, say.

On the other hand, there is the obvious effect of the Voted ID law tightening up the system in order to prevent the fraud from happening. Liberals and Democrats, loved that porous system for the obvious scheme of using college kids to steal votes. ...and we all know, college kids tend to vote for Democrats. (Still, it was Republicans who passed medical marijuana, and a Democrat that vetoed it, but I digress).

Anyway, as you suggest they will probably prefer the vote-stealing scheme over the money-stealing one.
September 22, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterRINO Safari

The article below was posted on Granite Grok by Steve McDonald.

"Someone working for or for the benefit of the Obama campaign is calling senior citizens in New Hampshire (and elsewhere I suspect) and asking them whom they intend to vote for?

(Name Redacted)…. told us that his 82 year-old father received a phone call Wednesday from a caller asking him for whom he was going to vote in the November election; the father says “Romney”, the caller said Romney?, father says yes, caller says “I just want to make sure, I’ve recorded your vote, and you don’t have to go to polls on the 6th.”

Telling Romney voters they don’t have to go to the polls on November 6th sounds a lot like vote suppression to me. Actual vote suppression."

Looks and sounds like the DemLibs are hedging their bet just in case the judge rules against them.
September 22, 2012 | Registered CommenterGreyGhost

Gotta have proof such as the number from which the call was generated.

THEN you can wait for the rest of your life for the NH AG to do something about it.

(Its an Obama call, remember?)
September 23, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile

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