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Candidate Steps Forward to File For NH Recount

Update: 1.11.08
Granny Warriors reporting that Howard has filed for the recount in NH and paid the fee.

Looks like the recount is on. Thank you Albert Howard, whoever you are.

From Granny Warriors NH Recount blog:

We have a candidate [Albert Howard] that is willing to go to NH and file for the recount. We have paid his air fare and he is on his way as of 4 PM EST. He has tomorrow to file.

We will be sending him the money as he needs it to assure us and you that each district or precinct is counted plus more funds are needed to complete the process.

Alex Jones has agreed to help us out and everyone seems to be working together to get this done.

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More on New Hampshire Vote Fraud

It’s clear that there needs to be a recounting of the votes done by hand to establish the real outcome of the New Hampshire primary.

From TruthNews:

Going purely on hand-counts, which as we saw in Sutton were by no means angelic but at least harder to cheat on than Diebold voting machines without getting caught, Ron Paul would have won 15% of the vote and finished third. This figure would have more accurately correlated to the pre-primary polls rather than the ridiculous 8% he was eventually given.

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Ron Paul Town Hall Meeting 1/06/07

Ron Paul Town Hall Meeting 1/06/07, Manchester, New Hampshire

For those of you tired of only hearing the 10 second sound bytes about candidates’ positions, this is an amazingly detailed and informative discussion Ron Paul had with the town of Manchester, NH. He takes extra time and care to explain his foreign policy, his proposed solutions for the economic crisis, his position on withdrawing from the Iraq War (addresses McCain’s remarks about staying in Iraq for 100 years), education, and other important issues.

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