Republican party of NH - Weekly Newsletter

Dear Friends, 
 
This week, WMUR-TV found that eight peopleare registered to vote at the home of State Senator Martha Fuller Clark. Senator Fuller Clark knew that political workers who parachute into New Hampshire for several weeks to work on campaigns did not have the 'intent to maintain' a presence in our state, as is required under our Domicile law.  

It is outrageous that a senior Democrat lawmaker would let people use her home to potentially break New Hampshire laws and promote voter fraud.  We must continue to stand together and fight to protect the integrity of the ballot box in New Hampshire.

Best Wishes,

 

An Evening with Gov. Mitt Romney

 

Romney GOP Invite

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE. 

Please note- General Admission tickets are sold out.

 

 

NHGOP Reception featuring Sen. Ted Cruz

 

RSVP FOR THE EVENT HERE

 

  

Nashua Republican City Committee 2013 Steakout

  

ICYMI: WMUR-TV: Concerns raised about voter eligibility

"On the heels of a repeal of the voter ID law in New Hampshire, there are growing calls to review who is eligible to cast a ballot in the Granite State.

Exceptions are in place for nonresidents who are students, but when it comes to the domicile requirement, some wonder if the system is being abused."

 




ICYMI: Union Leader (7/24): More voter fraud: Abusing the domicile affidavit

Joe Biden's niece Alana Biden voted in New Hampshire in the 2012 presidential election. She is not a Granite Stater. She was staying in Manchester temporarily to campaign for President Obama. From 2008 through 2012, five people not related to Sen. Martha Fuller Clark, D-Portsmouth, voted here, with Fuller Clark's home listed as their domicile. They no longer live there. How surprising.

 

Cheshire County GOP Picnic

You are invited to the Cheshire County GOP Picnic & BBQ

 

Sunday, Aug 4th
1-4pm
Wheelock Park, Keene

 

Bring friends and family to enjoy the summer weather, hamburgers, hot dogs, and meet some potential candidates!

 

RSVP to cheshirerepublicans@gmail.com or (603) 363-9391