by Ed Naile

Let us start with this particular plaintiff, of the six I am looking at:

Meet Seysha Neil Mehta, one of six plaintiffs with no standing, for lack of harm, to bring a case in New Hampshire. Based on her voting history Seysha Neil Mehta has never been obstructed from registering to vote in New Hampshire – or Ohio. Read about her for yourself

MEHTA, SEYSHA NEIL (Plaintiff in Supra case SB3 July, 2021)
Ohio Voter Registration History in OHIO: MEHTA, SEYSHA NEIL was born 21 November 1998 and registered to vote with the address 2650 HICKORY LN, PEPPER PIKE, OHIO.
Ohio Voter ID number: OH0025639168
Registered in Ohio since: REGISTRATION_DATE 2020-07-19
DATE_OF_BIRTH 1998-11-21
Voted GENERAL 3 November 2020 X


Voters must bring identification to the polls in order to verify identity. Identification may include current and valid photo identification, a military identification, or a copy of a current (within the last 12 months) utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document (other than a notice of voter registration mailed by a board of elections) that shows the voter’s name and current address. Voters who do not provide one of these documents will still be able to vote by providing the last four digits of the voter’s Social Security number and by casting a provisional ballot pursuant to R.C. 3505.181. For more information on voter identification requirements, please consult the Secretary of State’s website at: or call (877) 767-6446.


Section 4503.111 | Registration within thirty days of residency.

Ohio Revised Code/Title 45 Motor Vehicles-Aeronautics-Watercraft/Chapter 4503 Licensing Of Motor Vehicles Effective: July 1, 2015, Latest Legislation: House Bill 53 – 131st General Assembly PDF: Download Authenticated PDF

(A) Within thirty days of becoming a resident of this state, any person who owns a motor vehicle operated or driven upon the public roads or highways shall register the vehicle in this state. If such a person fails to register a vehicle owned by the person, the person shall not operate any motor vehicle in this state under a license issued by another state.

(B)(1) Whoever violates division (A) of this section is guilty of a minor misdemeanor. (2) The offense established under division (B)(1) of this section is a strict liability offense and strict liability is a culpable mental state for purposes of section 2901.20 of the Revised Code. The designation of this offense as a strict liability offense shall not be construed to imply that any other offense, for which there is no specified degree of culpability, is not a strict liability offense.

(C) For purposes of division (A) of this section, “resident” means any person to
whom any of the following applies:

(3) The person maintains their principal residence in this state and does not reside in this state as a result of the person’s active service in the United States armed forces.

(4) The person is determined by the registrar of motor vehicles to be a resident in accordance with standards adopted by the registrar under section 4507.01 of the Revised Code.
Back to poor Seysha.

Seysha Neil Mehta used a campus address to vote in NH. The Dartmouth College backed her up with a letter stating she had a dorm there. A dorm is not a domicile.

Dartmouth has been doing this since 2002, I know of, and in a just world should be held liable for promoting voter fraud by out-of-state students.

So why hasn’t this Dartmouth genius sued Ohio for hindering her ability to vote by requiring drivers to register cars within 30 days? Or having a misdemeanor penalty for not doing so? Quick, call Perkins Coie.

My question: Was the Dartmouth dorm address on Neil Mehta Seysha driver’s NH license – if she even had one from New Hampshire?