Letter: Democrats and election mischief

Published: 7/11/2019 9:06:58 AM

One has to wonder why it took so long for Rep. Howard Moffett and Maja Smith (Sunday Monitor Opinion, June 30) to respond to Rep. Howard Pearl’s excellent April 6 Monitorop-ed, which I encourage everyone to read. There were many aspects to the Pearl piece beyond the fact that he invited every new Canterbury voter registrant to a legislative listening session (none showed up) and that a number of his letters were returned undeliverable.

Three months after the original piece, Moffett/Smith just nitpicked at the exact number of same-day registrants while trying to make excuses for loose election protocols that Democrats repeatedly exploit. But it is healthy to shine a light on this situation, as well as on voting records of Democratic legislators. The citizens of Canterbury and Loudon, especially the independent/undeclared voters, should know that although Rep. Howard Moffett campaigns as if he were a moderate, his voting record is in lockstep with the increasingly radical Democratic caucus.

On the subject of voter integrity Rep. Howard Moffett voted for House Bill 397, which would allow driver’s licenses for illegal aliens, thus giving them the mechanism to vote in New Hampshire elections. He also voted to repeal all of the voter integrity laws that were passed and signed by Gov. Chris Sununu in 2018. Perhaps that is why he resists scrutiny of current processes that favor Democratic mischief.

JOSÉ E. CAMBRILS

Loudon




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