by Ed Naile
The ridiculous claim that anyone, from anywhere, without any identification, can vote in New Hampshire in a Federal Election simply by “intending” in his mind, to become lawfully domiciled or abandon a previous domicile, has created two distinct classes of NH voter.
One voter is domiciled in NH and the other can register, ignoring the laws of their own state, and stay on the NH voter database for as long as he, or someone in his place, keeps voting in General Elections. That is patently unconstitutional and is defended by our NH Secretary of State and Attorney General’s Office.
The other situation that presents itself is non-domiciled voters do not have to serve on a NH jury, Federal or State in their county. Since out-of-state voters keep an out-of-state license they do not go onto the jury pool in NH.
When you look at the selected portions of our jury duty and statewide database statutes some serious questions arise.
1.The “Master List” is complied by using only NH licensed drivers. We know of at least 5,541 NH voters who used an out-of-state driver’s license as identification to vote on November 8, 2016. How do they serve on a NH jury? Answer, they don’t.
2.Our statewide voter database is not a public document – but is the only official record? How is that constitutional under Article 11? Answer, it is not.
3.“The Secretary of State shall investigate any duplicate matches of voters resulting from any comparisons of the statewide centralized voter registration database with other states.” so the statute says. But has this ever been done on a regular basis? Answer, no.
4.The Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers catches double voters and out-of-state voters on a regular basis. How can we, with very limited resources and increasingly Right to Know exempt public documents, do that and not see any action regarding out-of-state voters by the Secretary of State or AG?
5.Question: Do they support the status quo of thousands of illegal voters?
JURORS Section 500-A:1
IV. “Master jury list” means the list blended and compiled from the voter lists, which shall be provided by the secretary of state pursuant to RSA 654:45, VI on encrypted removable media, and from the official record of persons 18 years of age or older who hold a current New Hampshire driver’s license or a department of safety identification card, which shall be provided by the department. Information contained in the master jury list shall be private and confidential and shall not be subject to RSA 91-A.
654:45 Centralized Voter Registration Database. –
I. The secretary of state is authorized to plan, develop, equip, establish, site, and maintain a statewide centralized voter registration database and communications system, hereinafter referred to as the voter database, connecting users throughout the state. The voter database shall include the current information on the voter registration forms, the accepted absentee ballot applications, the voter checklists, and voter actions as recorded on the marked checklist maintained by each city, ward, and town in the state.
III. The voter database shall, upon certification by the secretary of state, be the official record of eligible voters for the conduct of all elections held in this state.
IIIV. (b) Voter database record data shall be verified by matching the records with those of the department of safety and the federal social security administration as are required by law, and with the records of the state agency or division charged with maintaining vital records. For this purpose the voter registration record database may be linked to the state agency or division charged with maintaining vital records and the department of safety, provided that no linked agency or division may save or retain voter information or use it for purposes other than verifying the accuracy of the information contained in the voter database…
The commissioner of safety may authorize the release of information from motor vehicle registration and driver’s license records to the extent that the information is necessary to department of state and department of safety cooperation in a joint notification to individuals of apparent discrepancies in their records and to the extent that the information is necessary to resolve those discrepancies.
VI. The voter database shall be private and confidential and shall not be subject to RSA 91-A and RSA 654:31. The secretary of state is authorized to provide voter database record data to the administrative office of the courts to assist in the preparation of master jury lists pursuant to RSA 500-A and to the clerk of the District Court of the United States for the District of New Hampshire to assist in the preparation of federal court jury lists. The voter checklist for a town or city shall be available pursuant to RSA 654:31. Any person who discloses information from the voter database in any manner not authorized by this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
VIII. (b) The secretary of state shall investigate any duplicate matches of voters resulting from any comparisons of the statewide centralized voter registration database with other states. If the investigation results in the inability to confirm the eligibility of a person or persons who voted, or there is reason to believe a person or persons voted who were not eligible, the secretary of state shall forward the results to the attorney general for further investigation or prosecution.
(c) Upon completion of any investigation authorized under RSA 654:45,
(b), the attorney general and the secretary of state shall forward a report summarizing the results of the investigation to the speaker of the house of representatives, the president of the senate, and the chairpersons of the appropriate house and senate standing committees with jurisdiction over election law.
How bad does it have to get in New Hampshire before the appropriate officials do their jobs?
How about we lose the NH Presidential Primary because our elections are so crooked and unconstitutional?