by Ed Naile
Regarding the new, last minute, statement from the NH AG’s Office that makes the claim any students from colleges in New Hampshire can vote here – is false!
To be a student at a state college such as UNH, Keene State, Plymouth, or any state school there is an issue of domicile – one’s legal residence.
Here is the form from UNH all students must fill out to avoid paying out-of-state tuition:
It says in part:
“E. Classification of Students for Tuition Purposes (Residency Rules)
1. Basic Rule.
1.1 All students enrolled in credit-bearing programs in any division of the University System of New Hampshire in any capacity shall be charged tuition at a rate to be determined by their domicile. Those domiciled within the State of New Hampshire shall pay the in-state rate. Those domiciled elsewhere shall pay the out-of-state rate.”
This pretty simple.
A college student who is a lawful resident of NH pays in-state tuition. They have an in-state tuition.
A NH college student who does not have parents with a NH domicile pays out-of- state tuition.
That same student can not buy a resident NH fishing license, dog license, or any other license a NH citizen can acquire.
An out of state tuition paying student is not liable for jury duty because he is not a lawfully domiciled NH citizen.
Notice how the RESIDENCY FORM requires a DOMICILE?
The NH AG’s Office has not changed the jury duty requirements of NH citizens to exempt students who illegally vote here. Neither have they changed the fishing license requirements or dog registration.
This is a simple 14th Amendment violation the NH AG’s Office is engaged in to continue they long running efforts to help Democrats us college students to win statewide elections.
As the NH State Supreme Court said recently, they know of no state that allows their citizens to vote in another state.
This is an old scam.
There is no “loophole” in the 14th Amendment of the US Constitution.
There is no “loophole” in the NH State Constitution Part I Art. 11:
[Art.] 11. [Elections and Elective Franchises.] All elections are to be free, and every inhabitant of the state of 18 years of age and upwards shall have an equal right to vote in any election. Every person shall be considered an inhabitant for the purposes of voting in the town, ward, or unincorporated place where he has his domicile.
You do not need a lawyer to read the first two sentences of the NH State Constitution. An English teacher will do.
Anyone wishing to vote in NH, especially in a FEDERAL Election shall have an established DOMICILE. The word resident is not in Art. 11.
To argue anything else is a fabrication meant to cheat NH citizens out of their lawful votes.
This has been going on for decades and needs to stop. It all starts with the NH AG’s Office Elections Unit. The Elections Unit nor the NH AG can override the wording in the Constitution.
Two out-of-state Dartmouth students tried to challenge the NH State Constitution in Casey v. NH and dropped the case before a FEDERAL judge could draft and ORDER. They knew they would lose.
Where one votes in a Federal Election is not a buffet to chose from. US Code 54, 10307. You must give your lawful domicile to any election official in any state.