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BELKNAP COUNTY CHAIR DOCUMENTING STOLEN SIGNS?

by Steve MacDonald August 15, 2014
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Press Release from Jane Cormier for NH State Senate…. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:15 AUGUST, 2014 HOOKSETT. NH Contact: Susan Olsen 748 4068 BELKNAP COUNTY CHAIR DOCUMENTING STOLEN SIGNS? Earlier today, Friday, August 15, 2014, Alan Glassman, Chair of the Belknap County GOP, was found trespassing at the former Alton home of Jane Cormier, candidate for NH […]

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BREAKING: Why is NH GOP Area-Vice Chair Alan Glassman casing NH State Senator candidate Jane Cormier’s old home?

by Skip August 15, 2014

I just got a strange call – it seems that Jane’s husband was at their old home in Alton doing some “pre-sale” work now that they have moved to Bow Hooksett (my mistake – am ALWAYS geographically challenged).  He watched a maroon Ford SUV (not the Expedition size but more akin to an Explorer or […]

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We are SO Thankful that Jennifer Horn is the NH GOP Chair!

by Skip November 27, 2013

Why? Because we just love that she is talking about GraniteGrok more often lately (like this past Saturday at a hilltop meeting) – and each and every time she does, we get new readers!  Best of all, they keep coming back.  Frankly, she’s one of our best salesmen (er, where have you heard that logic […]

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Merrimack County Republican Committee – My ‘discussion’ Part 4: “The Philosophies”

by Skip November 13, 2013

Reminder: “So, I help to elect Democrats, eh?” (thank you, Mark Sanborn).  To recap: WHY IS THE GOP / NH GOP IN TROUBLE? Let’s get to the Nitty Gritty of this “discussion”: There is a tremendous split in the Republican Party – and especially in the NH GOP. And for three extremely binary reason – […]

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Hey, James Foley! Skippie the basement blogger here! About your thin skin you showed on Saturday….

by Skip January 28, 2013

You know, James, I do have to say “Thank you” for saying what you did from the stage on Saturday.  Really!  There you were, all suited up, looking magnificently upon that lighted stage, with 450 or so Members of the State Committee, Press, and visitors watching your stately oratory.  Your report on the Finance Committee […]

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Speaking of the NH GOP Area 5 Vice-Chair race….

by Skip January 27, 2013

“What Difference Does It Make?” – one of the other things that I didn’t mention was that one of the “defenses” that MacDonald tried to use was “well, it was an uncontested race?”.  Seth Cohn easily refuted that “yes, but you destroyed the chance of anyone who had gone to lunch, believing that the recess […]

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GrokTV Event: Belknap County Republican Committee “Contested Primaries” – NH House, District 9, Write In, Open Mic

by Skip August 19, 2012

At the end of the evening, there was one more person speaking in their own defense for their candidacy in a NH House race, and that was Harry Accornero in District 9.  He spoke alone as his opponent, Glen Dewhirst, was a no show for the evening.   Then, Dr. Chuck Fink was introduced as […]

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GrokTV Event: Belknap County Republican Committee “Contested Primaries” – NH House, District 8

by Skip August 18, 2012

The last of the contested primaries here in NH’s Belknap County is that in NH House District 8: Jane Cormier and Peter Bolster. Jane is a Conservative firebrand and is working hard to learn what is needed and working hard on her campaign.  Our interview series with Jane ended here (see the Previous videos on […]

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GrokTV Event: Belknap County Republican Committee “Contested Primaries” – NH House District 7

by Skip August 17, 2012

The next NH House race, District 7, is contested by two folks: Guy Comtois and Elaine Swineford:

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GrokTV Event: Belknap County Republican Committee “Contested Primaries” – NH State Senate District 7

by Skip August 15, 2012

In Belknap County, there is a second NH State Senate race – that in District 7.  Here, Josh Youseff and Bill Grimm are vying to be the Republican nominee to take on the Democrat contender.  In my estimation, there is a certain divide between the two – Josh is more the Liberty & Freedom guy […]

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GrokTV Event: Belknap County Republican Committee “Contested Primaries” – NH State Senate District 6

by Skip August 14, 2012

Next on the list of Contested Primaries night at the monthly Belknap County Republicans was that of the NH State Senate.  Two races touch Belknap County – District 6 and District 7.  The former, centered in Farmington, is being contested by Sam Cataldo (long term NH House Rep) and Dick Green (former State Senator & […]

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GrokTV Event: Belknap County Republican Committee “Contested Primaries”- NH Executive Council

by Skip August 13, 2012

Going from the top race and proceeding “down ticket” at the event is that of the NH Executive Council and two candidates showed up for that: long time (in the tooth) politician and holder of the seat, Ray Burton) and Jerry Thibodeau who believes that he can overcome this ossified dinosaur and Master of the […]

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GrokTV Event: Belknap County Republican Committee “Contested Primaries” – US Congress

by Skip August 12, 2012

This past Wednesday nite was the monthly Belknap County Republican Committee (“BCRC”) meeting.  I’ve missed the last few but only because there has been so many different meetings in so many places on Wednesday nites lately, I’ve gone to some of those “one time only’s” vs something that is there like a clock.  This month, […]

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GrokTV Event: AFPF Defending the American Dream – NH GOP edition (sorta)

by Skip August 11, 2012

Travel 500 miles and what do you get?  NH folks who are willing to talk with you.  Earlier, it was Bill O’Brien, Speaker of the NH House that attended a couple of the workshops that the Americans for Prosperity Foundation had at its Defending the American Dream Summit 2012.  This time, it was two activists, […]

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