New Hampshire is consistently chosen as one of the best States in which to live!
It regularly ranks among the top THREE, if not NUMBER ONE, year after year.
CNHT strives to keep NH one of the best places to live in the USA.
New Hampshire’s taxpayer-funded public educational system is under attack. If you don’t like what’s happening, learn the facts and attend school board meetings to make a difference.
CNHT is on a mission to preserve and protect clean elections. Every observer can help. CNHT is working with the President’s Advisory Committee on Election Integrity in conjunction with state election integrity groups across the country.
Local and State budgets seem to skyrocket while money for services has become more scarce.
Follow the money and find out who is promoting these increases.
Connect with groups in other towns to see what you can learn, or create your own group.
New Hampshire’s RSA 91-A is the activist’s “sharpest knife in the drawer”. See what organizations help us keep watch over this law about transparency, and to make it functional and fair to all.
This is a simple, non-partisan promise any candidate for Governor, Executive Council, State Representative, or State Senator can make to the taxpayers of New Hampshire.
Take it any time! Take it now!
Have you noticed? There is a global movement to consolidate town and city governments into regional political divisions under a central authority. Learn how this affects local government.
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“Our taxes don’t go to public schools, our money doesn’t pay for the roads here; we do not truly consider ourselves Grafton County-ites. When people ask where you go to school, you say Dartmouth. You never say you’re from Hanover, but some far-off place you call “home.” And by voting for one of our carpet-bagging compatriots, we’ve done Grafton a great disservice.” ~ Zachary Gottlieb, Dartmouth College Newspaper on the election of a non-resident to the office of Grafton County Treasurer
by Ed Naile The definition of DOMICILE is found in New Hampshire’s venerable Part I Article #II section of our State Constitution, regarding the right to vote being a privilege reserved for legal residents is a fact backed up on this site by at least a hundred cited...
This is a commentary on an item for the Executive Council regarding HB 1264 voting issue... It appears we are trying to avoid the plain language of our State Constitution – why not ask what we are using to define the word domicile? [Art.] 11. [Elections and Elective...
by Ed Naile Some Voters Have More Rights Than Others – Who Live In New Hampshire The old “loophole” argument is back at it again when it comes to voter fraud in NH. The “powers that be” who will not prosecute out-of-state voters, have determined there is no law...
by Ed Naile As NH breathlessly closes in on Secretary of State William Gardner’s big voter fraud reveal, scheduled for some time in June, people keep asking me, “What do you think he will find?” Let me give my best answer. Back in November 2017, Orville “Bud” Fitch...
by Ed Naile I was informed yesterday that a radio program discussing voter fraud in NH featured Secretary of State William Gardner essentially “opening the books” on voter fraud statistics and prosecutions to a reporter. Here is what I found: NHPR: Bill Gardner on...
by Ed Naile In New Hampshire, our Secretary of State can not define a person’s domicile or residence. It is a matter of “intent” he claims. Our courts are no different. The justices have determined, using some dictionary they have not made public, that anyone can have...