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Try as they might, the NH AG is only the enforcement arm in the NH voter fraud industry, not the final say.
The NH State Supreme Court has already spoken to this issue in Newberger v. Peterson.
I like this last paragraph, the one the NH AG would like to ignore – has ignored:
“We are sensitive to [...]
The other day, the NH Attorney General’s Office whitewashed the voter fraud committed by non-resident voters at State Senator Martha Fuller Clark’s flophouse mansion in Portsmouth.
The AG’s whitewash included some new information we knew about already.
Clark let Arkansas Attorney Bryan Gregory Griffith stay and campaign from her single family/historic district mansion – free of rent. [...]
The NH Attorney General’s Office has interviewed and cleared five more voters at State Senator Martha Fuller Clark’s voter fraud flophouse.
After an exhaustive screening process to determine which voter was which, seasoned investigators from the Election Law Division concluded that they were all indeed “domiciled” at the flophouse.
Of course none paid any rent or had [...]