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It Is Worth Note’n Where He’s Vote’n

By CNHT | November 24, 2014

The NH State Supreme Court caught an interstate voter for us!!

Well, thank you Supremes for at least this bit of sunshine.

Cited is a State Supreme Court appeal regarding what looks like a dog bite case and who, from where, insured by what coverage, of what residence, is going to pay.

Our anti-hero in this case is a guy who uses several residences for his own advantage (except this time) for car registration and of course VOTING.

He is, in fact, a Massachusetts resident domiciled in that state in Somerville, where we have caught other low life vote thieves by the way.

Enter naughty dog owner Charles Matthews who votes from his mommy s house in Moultonborough, NH. Here is the case: Matthews Case

As you can see, the Court used simple facts to determine the domicile of the partially insured out-of-state voter as CNHT has preached for about a decade or more FACTS show where a person lives in a legal sense. And a legal residence is your domicile. Don t look like an imbecile like Charles Matthews. Know your domicile and vote there.

CNHT will do our standard background check on Mr. Matthews and show how he used both states for personal gain, until he was caught.

CNHT has been providing workshops about voter fraud in New Hampshire for years and it pays off only because of local citizen involvement.

The recent catch of Philadelphia lawyer, Jared S. Cram, who voted in NH and Pa. in 2012 and 2008 was due to a person in Wilton, NH who was aware of our efforts. It was one of several leads from that small town.

At The Coalition of NH Taxpayers we do not gather and compare database information to catch out of state voters. We depend on citizens who have knowledge about their municipality and who want their vote to count and not be watered down by drive-by voters who infest our checklists.

This is where you, as a legal, domiciled, resident of our state come in. We are coming into a critical time in New Hampshire elections where a small number of votes can change even the US Senate.

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