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Seth Cohn - Abnormally High Same Day Registration!

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In many towns, same day registration was abnormally high, regulars in the town didn't recognize many of the people, lots of out of state IDs were shown, and out of state license plates were common place. Was there fraud? I dunno, but you can help find out.

According to a town clerk, the voter registration affidavits are not public records - only the voter checklist is. Some towns will not let you register to vote with just an affidavit. Those town required both a photo ID and proof of residence in order to register. Some towns did let you vote via just an affidavit. God only knows how thoroughly those will be checked out.

The _only_ way to verify the residence and eligibility of those who cast votes yesterday in NH (and there were easily tens of thousands of same day folks) on nothing more than an affidavit is for those of us in the towns that saw a significant influx of same-day registrations via affidavit to go to your town's website TODAY and download the most current voter checklist.

Then, that list can be compared to the checklist your town will be posting soon with those new voters added. Compile a list of names and addresses that weren't on the list on the previously posted version you downloaded earlier and look for irregularities. Are these real people, who live in your town still? Or were they here to vote and gave an valid address (canvassers were going door to door over and over, using iphone apps to record data, certainly compiled very detailed lists of who was voting for whom and who might not bother to show up, etc..)

If people were registering and voting fraudulently, it shouldn't be too much work to uncover such incidents. Don't hold your breath waiting for Governor Hassan to order an investigation. But public outcry and data collected by the people will be hard to ignore.

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Reader Comments (14)

LOL! Give it up already. Your crackpot tea party "no government intrustion except for my christian social engineering" credo has been soundly defeated in this state. Instead of blaming the boogie man maybe you need to examine your platform and figure out why it is so out of whack with the general population. Then you will have a chance to earn seats rather trying to gain seats by intimidation and voter supression.
November 8, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterTroll
The best revenge is to minimize how much the Grate State of New Hamsters takes from you to redistribute to all the lil' trolls, of course after pocketing their 90% tithing. Enjoy the bankruptcy hearings troll – hope you speak Mandarin.
– C. dog basking in the glow of Armageddia
November 8, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

Judge Lewis and the NHLWV and NHACLU ran cover for non-residents through the Hanna Rivers case
It is vote suppression of domiciled NH residents.
Vote stealing by court action.
The Supreme's could have stopped it but three of them went along.
November 8, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Little Mr. Troll has been "socially engineering" goats under his teeny tiny bridge for years......he ought to know.
November 8, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterSisterToldYa
Thank you Sister Boo-Boo for adding so much to the coversation.
November 11, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterTroll
Isn't America, the home of the free and the brave, the nation of "...with liberty and justice for all," where people can participate in their democracy no matter what the powers-who-be might prefer, just great?

The Boston Tea Party was more than just about rich people saying "I've got mine, now I'll pull up the ladder so that you can't climb up!" It was about having representative government and sharing power in running that government, as well as caring about one another for the public good.

When we're all healthier, when we have food and housing for all, and quality education that we invest in for all of our kids, we're a stronger nation -- ready to face the unknown challenges of the 21st Century and beyond.
November 15, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine
Here is Jim Splaine again trying to justify non-resident voters who don't pay taxes or serve on juries.

And he a so-called champion of "treating all people the same."

As long as they are voting for his issues.

Its ok to TALK about equality until election time, then its use the students as pawns.
November 15, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile

Think any Occupy Manchester voters were from Massachusetts?
November 15, 2012 | Registered CommenterEd Naile
So, Ed -- let's say you have the "power" to decide who votes. Let's say you can throw out the U.S. and N.H. Constitutions (you must be angry that we have them, because they give so many rights to people), and can change laws any way you want.

Who can vote in Edland? Does one have to "live" here say, 10 years? 5? 2? 30 days? Can they move at all? Do they have to own a house? A car? Have a job? Can they "live" under a bridge or in a tent, since homelessness is a reality? How about taxes -- what if they don't pay any? -- the Head & Poll Tax we used to have can't be used nowadays, but do they have to pay a minimum tax? What if they don't work? What if they're roommates with others in an apartment?

So, what would your standards be for being a legitimate voter in Edland?

Thank goodness for the U.S. Constitution, the N.H. Constitution, the Courts, and the rule of law. Americans are protected from intimidation by those who would like to create their own rules.
November 15, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine
I'll run some stats later, but in Manchester, it looks like we had 50,000 or so voters, and 10,000 same day regs. That's 20 percent. The normal number for a Prez year is 9 percent; six percent for an off year election, but people have the right to move around and vote where they move to. Instead of complaining, GOP needs to put together the kind of get out the vote effort that Obama did! Enough crocodile tears already!
Jim Splaine forgets more about election law every night than his detractors will ever know!
November 15, 2012 | Registered CommenterRep Steve Vaillancourt
So Jimbo, 'splaine why the poor lil' utes studyin' furiously away at their frat parties on the projectile dynamics of a ping pong ball falling into a beer cup must pay out-o'-state fee for animal house activities within the Grate State of New Hamster, but don't have procure a driver's license or serve jury duty for same Grate State? Seems like that might violate a constitutional provision or two, don't ya think? Or, are you onboard with the dual-citizen status to improve your dating profile with the coeds?
– C. dog already knows WWJSD: take everyone's stuff and give it to his dependent "friends"
November 16, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

Not that you need to know since leaving Election Law but here is the first sentence in Art 11.
"[Art.] 11. [Elections and Elective Franchises.] All elections are to be free, and every inhabitant of the state of 18 years of age and upwards shall have an equal right to vote in any election. Every person shall be considered an inhabitant for the purposes of voting in the town, ward, or unincorporated place where he has his domicile."
Domicile is one of those tricky word things that you find hard to comprehend if it doesn't mean what you have a passion for.
Not cool dude.
In any case, the non-resident students are from some states that use words in their constitutions and laws.
So as I capture them I will send along the voting record from NH to the home state of the non-resident student.
And I will contact my taxpayer counterpart from that state, yea I know a few, and ask them to usher it along.
Let's see what happens.
November 16, 2012 | Registered CommenterEd Naile

Jim Splaine forgets the legal voting rights of people in NH, I'm afraid.

You forget as well, I have sat in front of that embarrassing Election Law Committee when he was on it.

One Democrat, Stehpanie C. Sinclaire, was a Ma. resident AND a Democrat House member on election Law, and noted vote fraudster Democrat Rep. Chuck, I make my own voter forms, Weed was on it, still is I think.

Sad but true.

It's suddenly hip to violate elction laws to - get what you want.

You liberals are so predictable.
November 17, 2012 | Registered CommenterEd Naile

Are you still there?

Any comment about Occupy NH Masshole vote stealers bragging about years of voting in NH?

Always interesting when you meet them face to face.

Isn't it?
November 17, 2012 | Registered CommenterEd Naile

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