Jeremy Kauffman is the Libertarian nominee for US Senate running against Don Bolduc (R) and Maggie Hassan (D). Many libertarians will be voting for him and many disaffected Republicans and Democrats are likely to, as well.
On March 15, 2022, a notice of trespass was served by certified mail to Selectmen Waddell, Sawyer, Bridle, Rage, Town Clerk Doheny, and Town Moderator Cassassa. This trespass, served by me, Regina Barnes, an NH state citizen involved unlawful electronic ballot counting devices used to count/tally votes in all Hampton elections. It informed all parties that they had violated their oaths of office.
Let us briefly discuss the 2022 state senate’s attempt at Constitutional Amendment Concurrent Resolution (CACR) 36 – residency for the purpose of voting. Providing that only residents of the state may vote in elections.
The point of this innovative idea is to assemble voters for a massively orchestrated write-in campaign as we all work together to create an ideal lineup of candidates for the 2022 election cycle, from the Governor, to the Executive Council, to the Senate, the House, and even the County Sheriffs.
A response to Jonathan Haidt’s Atlantic article, where he argues for criminalizing online anonymity, for the sake of “saving democracy,” aka protecting the system from accounts like LibsOfTikTok.
The two-party system, voting for the lesser of two evils, you get it already, we all do. We all feel fed up with the results of our representative democracy. We are both frustrated and confused about who our elected officials are. Do you know who represents you in your state’s House of Representatives? And if you do know their name, do you know their voting record?