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Who The Hell Is Paolo Cozzi And Why Is He Voting From Rep. Cindy Rosenwald’s House?

Who The Hell Is Paolo Cozzi And Why Is He Voting From Rep. Cindy Rosenwald’s House?

What is left of searchable public records regarding who votes in NH shows one Paolo Cozzi voting from the single family home of Democrat State Representative Cindy Rosenwald in Nashua, Ward #3.

The NH Constitution STILL says NH citizens shall vote in the ward or town in which they are DOMICILED.

Domicile still has legal meaning in the rest of the known world – except NH where the officials in charge of elections and elected officials looking for an edge for their side pretend otherwise.

But what explains Representative Rosenwald’s home in Nashua being the voting domicile of a guy who lives on Clemon St. Somerville Ma.?

Could it be that Mr. Cozzi also works for the Obama campaign machine known as Organizing for America – now transforming itself into Organizing for Action?

What kind of action is this?

Mr. Cozzi voted, using the Rosenwald home on 101 Wellington St. to vote in 2007, 2008, and 2012.

But Mr. Cozzi voted from his real home on Clemon St in Somerville in 2010 before coming back to vote in Nashua – and campaign for Obama?

Representative Cindy Rosenwald probably has a perfectly reasonable story or explaination for why a Ma. resident – and voter – is coming back to NH to vote and work on the Obama campaign, year after year after year.

It makes a guy wonder how Rep. Rosenwald voted on Photo ID legislation.

I’ll look that up.

(Now watch who comes to her defense and has "plausable" explanations.)

Reader Comments (7)

January 31, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Multiply this times several thousands and there you have the reason why Obama won in 2012.
January 31, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterWar on Women
Oh, it will be done WoW.

Keep looking for new names
January 31, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
How is this situation any different than that of former Speaker Bill O'Brien's son Brendan, who voted back and forth in NH and ME while in college?
February 1, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJR

Are you saying Brendan O'Brien voted from Rep. Rosenwald's home too?

I didn't find that.

But it is so hard to track this stuff since the Democrats gutted election law.

Who caught Bill O'Brien's son voting at Rep. Rosenwald's house in Nashua. Did you help, cause I have hundreds of names still to track. We could use expert help.
February 1, 2013 | Registered CommenterEd Naile
He voted in Mont Vernon, NH and Lewiston, ME. It was in the newspaper.
February 2, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJR
I thought you were comparing him with Paolo Cozzi and maybe Emanluel Yekuteil?

They live in Ma., go to school on Ma. and vote in NH.

Does "mobile domicile" mean as long as you are in college you can vote in ANY state?

Cozzi goes to school in Medford, Ma., has an address in Ma. works out of DC, but votes repeatedly from a single family home in NH of non-relatives, then back in Ma. for 2010 and the Brown race, while campaigning here for pay.

Yekuteil goes to school in Ma. has his address in Ma., has an address in La, Ca. but votes from a property in Lebanon, NH while campaigning here. I do not have his reimbersement from Obama YET. And he was on a scholarship to travel. That could be the pay.

How is that like O'Brien?

And who caught him voting in two places at once?

I could use your assistance. Someoene must take credit for this catch.
February 2, 2013 | Registered CommenterEd Naile

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