The Milford Cabinet, a very small ,liberal paper, has done a second story defending interstate voter Jared Steven Cram, a lawyer from Philadelphia who voted in that state, 11 times since 2005 when he first registered there, and twice in the same year, at least, in Wilton, New Hampshire.
Jared Steven Cram is trying to take advantage of the non-enforcement of NH’s election laws by the NH Attorney General’s Office and their interesting take on what it means to be an “otherwise qualified voter” in NH, or any other state for that matter. The AG’s Office put out some sort of directive to election officials right before this last election stating that under no circumstances was anyone to be turned away from voting on November 4, 2012. My, how we forget to look at the NH and Federal laws regarding “qualified voters” when we work in the NH AG’s Office.
Back to the Milford Cabinet article suggesting I apologize to their double voter from Pennsylvania.
Now if I had falsely accused this low-life of voting in two states for the same candidates don’t you think someone at the NH Secretary of State’s Office would be quoted?
How about the NH AG, he must be interested in me trying to intimidate an out-of-state voter?
Maybe Jared, being a lawyer, a member of MENSA, and an honest double voter, could sue me for slander, libel, voter intimidation, anything. I am waiting.
How about that liberal paper offering a single statute proving non-residents can vote in NH and in another state and still be “qualified voters” of this state? That NH law must be quite interesting, seeing that the home state of people like low-life vote thief Jared Steven Cram has its own statutes regarding residency and voting. I think in the Commonwealth you are called a “resident elector” or some such thing we can all find out if Jared sues me.
Did the Milford Cabinet check any of this out?
Or are they trying to place all this on the shoulders of the poor Town Clerk. She is directed by the voter fraud enablers in Concord. It isn’t her fault NH lets non-residents steal NH votes.
Maybe I shouldn’t call it stealing. That is a pretty harsh term. Let’s use the language in Federal Statute.
42 U.S. Code § 1973gg–10 - Criminal penalties
A person, including an election official, who in any election for Federal office—
(1) knowingly and willfully intimidates, threatens, or coerces, or attempts to intimidate, threaten, or coerce, any person for—
(A) registering to vote, or voting, or attempting to register or vote;
(B) urging or aiding any person to register to vote, to vote, or to attempt to register or vote; or
(C) exercising any right under this subchapter; or
(2) knowingly and willfully deprives, defrauds, or attempts to deprive or defraud the residents of a State of a fair and impartially conducted election process, by—
(A) the procurement or submission of voter registration applications that are known by the person to be materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent under the laws of the State in which the election is held; or
(B) the procurement, casting, or tabulation of ballots that are known by the person to be materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent under the laws of the State in which the election is held, shall be fined in accordance with title 18 (which fines shall be paid into the general fund of the Treasury, miscellaneous receipts (pursuant to section 3302 of title 31), notwithstanding any other law), or imprisoned not more than 5 years, or both.
That’s more like it.