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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.
Local and State budgets seem to skyrocket while money for services has become more scarce.
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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
Chairman Ed Naile is seen here with Keith Hanson kicking off Keith's first episode of his new show "Stark Reality". https://youtu.be/hQCKt1N7v_0 Direct link: https://youtu.be/hQCKt1N7v_0
An activist Judge, who wanted to help non-residents vote in New Hampshire with a last minute injunction, loses in a 5-0 appeal argued by NH Attorney General Gordon McDonald The NH State Supreme Court has used past rulings in its decision regarding elections as opposed...
by Ed Naile Once again, an activist Superior Court judge stopped legislation aimed at preventing non-citizens from voting in New Hampshire. It happens every time a new law is enacted. Perkins Coie assisted the NH Democrats in this latest attack on New Hampshire...
"MANCHESTER – Judge Kenneth Brown issued a preliminary injunction Monday against a new law that requires people registering to vote fill out new forms to prove they live where they intend to cast their ballot. The lawsuit, which was filed by the League of Women Voters...
by Ed Naile Some anonymous person sent emails to elected officials in the NH Legislature regarding student voters implying they can not register to vote in our state. The NH AG is investigating. While the NH AG and the Secretary of State are looking at this strange...
by Ed Naile Rather than find a way to comply with the recent NH State Supreme Court “Opinion of the Justices” regarding non-resident voters, our New Hampshire election officials are trying to help “high volume” same day registration towns handle big crowds. Here is...