Voter Fraud Changed the Outcome of the New Hampshire U.S. Senate Race

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so, who went to jail for all this NH voter fraud?





Yeah, that is what i figured.
Everyone (at least in the LSM) was too busy being obsessed with Trump’s Russia supposed collusion that even if true, changed exactly zero votes while the Dems conspired with a foreign intelligence agent and Russia to abuse the powers of the US Govt to unseat a duly elected President Also while Google modified their searches to aid the Dems in 2018 election that some say changed up to 2 Million votes
 
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I just clipped this from WMUR:

Trump won the 2016 New Hampshire first-in-the-nation primary in a landslide, more than doubling the vote of the second-place finisher, former Ohio Gov. John Kasich. But he narrowly lost the state's four electoral votes in the general election, finishing with about 2,700 fewer votes than Democrat Hillary Clinton out of about 750,000 votes cast.
And it was estimated to be about 5000 out-of-state college students that voted in 2016 ???

Tell me again why it's a good thing to grant them voting rights in NH ???

They have no skin in the game, they pay no local taxes, and after they graduate they go back home.
 

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I just clipped this from WMUR:



And it was estimated to be about 5000 out-of-state college students that voted in 2016 ???

Tell me again why it's a good thing to grant them voting rights in NH ???

They have no skin in the game, they pay no local taxes, and after they graduate they go back home.
keep in mind them paying no taxes puts them in the same boat as the rest of the FSA leeches

You forgot #4...they vote monolithically demorat
 
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It changed the Senate and POTUS in NH. If there was 1 less rat in the Senate, that shitbag McCain couldn't have screwed the US with killing the Unaffordable Care Act repeal *JUST* to shaft Trump
 

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No....NH needs to stick to paper ballots
Yeah. Even with electronic machines, there must - must - be a paper ballot you can see, and you can see drop into the collection bin/spool in case there's a recount needed. Today in NH we do paper->machine->bin. I'm "theoretically" OK with machine->paper (visible, verifiable)->bin, but people are less likely to notice their vote being wrong on the paper and knowing what to do about it. (On the other hand, when we put our forms into a NH ballot reader today, we have no idea what it recorded, so... I'd call that a wash technically, but at least you KNOW you did the paper right.)

I've a lot of experience with security testing other kinds of "highly secure" systems, from power plants to casino gear, to bank tellers intended for use at casinos. I know we can't secure anything unless there is a non-partisan set of eyes on the handling of things at all stages and a 100% anonymous ballot option (and if there is a NON-anonymous option, then that receipt must be unofficial and one must be able to create and show a false ballot receipt to those who ask).

Election machines are funny problems that way. We fixed major voting issues except where you really can never fix them a long time ago with paper, anonymous balloting, mechanical machines with paper trails, and paper forms that can be counted later.

I recall how many people were surprised by their touchscreen vote being shown wrong and getting frustrated with it when Cook Co. IL famously switched to e-machines with paper records a good while ago, problems to the point people couldn't their votes to show right on screen to commit to paper and just hit DONE in frustration (probably the only time some Rs got a vote in some of those towns)...
 

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I recall how many people were surprised by their touchscreen vote being shown wrong and getting frustrated with it when Cook Co. IL famously switched to e-machines with paper records a good while ago, problems to the point people couldn't their votes to show right on screen to commit to paper and just hit DONE in frustration (probably the only time some Rs got a vote in some of those towns)...
But when they were done, didn't it show something like 108% of the electorate cast votes ???
 

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And it was estimated to be about 5000 out-of-state college students that voted in 2016 ???

Tell me again why it's a good thing to grant them voting rights in NH ???

They have no skin in the game, they pay no local taxes, and after they graduate they go back home.
One of those out-of-state (from Indiana) UNH students graduated in 2018, and got elected to the State House. I found this out while perusing my fraternity magazine, and saw both of us in the alumni news.

We couldn't be more opposite politically, but I emailed him and suggested that when sessions resume in September, that we take a photo together and submit it, showing that brotherhood spans big differences in age and politics.
 

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so, who went to jail for all this NH voter fraud?





Yeah, that is what i figured.

Jury finds Atkinson man guilty in case of double voting

Madison man indicted for voting both there and in Attleboro, Mass., in 2016 elections

At least NH is trying to crack down on voter fraud, but the ACLU and other douchebags keep putting up roadblocks:

ACLU requests freeze of controversial voter law amid confusion

HB 1264, which passed in 2018 and has been in effect since June 2019, modifies New Hampshire’s election laws to effectively make casting a ballot in an election an act of residency.

The change means those voting in an election would be declaring their intention to be a resident of the state, requiring them to fulfill certain responsibilities such as obtaining driver’s licenses and paying motor vehicle registration fees.

Previously, college students, military personnel, and others who lived in New Hampshire but did not intend to stay indefinitely would not be considered residents if they voted and would not be subject to registration requirements.

Republicans and the state’s governor, Chris Sununu, say the new law is meant to put everyone who votes on the same playing field, arguing college students and others who don’t want to pay the fees can vote absentee in their original states.

But Democrats and voting rights groups have contended that the new law will scare away college students and other voters from the polls, calling the new registration fees a “poll tax” that could cost them hundreds of dollars a year.
 
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It changed the Senate and POTUS in NH. If there was 1 less rat in the Senate, that shitbag McCain couldn't have screwed the US with killing the Unaffordable Care Act repeal *JUST* to shaft Trump
McCain DID become an epic douche...i blame a lot of that on Brain Damage from his cancer though.

But, trying to eliminate Obamacare...without replacing it with something better...was a MAJOR GOP MISTAKE! There are legitimate people out there whose only option right now IS obamacare. They have pre-existing conditions where insurance companies would drop them like a hot potato if there was not a law to prevent that. I am sorry...as flawed as obamacare is...until there is a better replacement for it, just dropping it with no other plan is just folly. GOP has to actually think on this one, and come up with something better!
 

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McCain DID become an epic douche...i blame a lot of that on Brain Damage from his cancer though.
No, he always was an epic douche. If anything, facing his fate loosened his tongue to be even more epic.

But, trying to eliminate Obamacare...without replacing it with something better...was a MAJOR GOP MISTAKE! There are legitimate people out there whose only option right now IS obamacare. They have pre-existing conditions where insurance companies would drop them like a hot potato if there was not a law to prevent that. I am sorry...as flawed as obamacare is...until there is a better replacement for it, just dropping it with no other plan is just folly. GOP has to actually think on this one, and come up with something better!
When the doctors operated on McCain's cancer, did they replace it with a slightly better cancer?
 
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I don’t see why it would be hard to prosecute anyone who voted and didn’t establish residency.

I also don’t see why the state can’t research whether these people voted in their previous state.

without real consequences it will continue.
 

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I'm half-tempted to vote in NH and tell anyone who prosecutes that I have more ties to the state as a homeowner than any keene state snowflake with a dorm room and put this to rest once and for all
 
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The purple finger/thumb seems to work most everywhere else. They should do that in this country. One vote, dyed for 2 weeks.
 
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