Carolyn Gargasz

Attention New Hampshire State Reps: Your Voting Record Matters

by Op-Ed September 12, 2018

by James Kofalt Too many State Reps get away with positioning themselves one way and then voting an entirely different way. On the “R” side of the fence, we always seem to have a handful of Republicans who vote with the Democrat platform more often than they vote with the GOP. CarolynGargasz (R, Hollis) has straddled […]

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GrokTV! Live: Hollis Debate For The State House

by Mike September 5, 2018

Debate ran from about 7pm to 9pm. Here’s the masked and cleaned up version, on Youtube.

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NH House GOP Primary Debate for Hillsboro 27 (Hollis)

by Mike September 5, 2018

When: Sept 5th, 7pm – 8:30pm Where: Lawrence Barn, 28 Depot Rd, Hollis Introductions and timekeeping by Mark LeDoux (Chairman of the Board of Selectmen) National Anthem, sung by Julie LeDoux Moderator: Skip Murphy (GraniteGrok) Questions posed by local panelists Raoul Blanche and Steve Pucci with audience questions as time permits. CANDIDATES: Rep. Jim Belanger […]

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GrokDebates – yes, we want to do them. We ARE going to do them going forward

by Skip August 19, 2018

Over the years, GraniteGrok has made it part of our Citizen Journalism to cover debates.  One reason is that we like listening (and critiquing) who was there, what was said, and to determine their political philosophies with respect to the NH Constitution, US Constitution, and to date, the NH GOP. We did debates, and covered […]

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Dr. James H. Kelly, M.D. – candidate for NH State House, Hillsborough County District 27

by Skip July 21, 2018

Note: Lt. Col Dr. Kelly is running against  dinosaur RINO, Carolyn Gargasz.  More on this pestilent RINO after the jump.  In the meantime, PLEASE vote for Dr. Kelly! James H. Kelly, M.D. 84 Crestwood Drive, Hollis NH 03049 cell 603•204•7897 jimkellyvictory2018@gmail.com Republican candidate for State Representative, Hillsborough County District 27 66 years old, originally from Levittown, […]

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The 50 Worst “Yes-Men” In the New Hampshire House

by Steve MacDonald May 22, 2016
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c/o Spec Bowers Spec just emailed out a list of the worst “Democrat-elected-Speaker-Jasper leadership-following” rubber-stamp (r)epublicans in the New Hampshire House, and we like to share. When the majority of Republicans vote No, and the Democrats vote Yes, odds are that No is the right vote. When Leadership votes Yes with Democrats, against the majority […]

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Speaking of Republicans voting the majority of times w/Democrats….

by Skip April 3, 2014

As I posted here, it is clear that Scott Brown, rather than supporting more Conservative issues supported more Progressive ones: sided with a Democratic majority on 22 percent of votes in his first year, ranking him seventh among all senators.  The next year, he voted with Democrats 46 percent of the time, trailing only Sen. […]

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NH House A Gun Free Zone

by Steve MacDonald January 2, 2013

By a vote of 196 to 153, the New Hampshire House voted to make their little corner of heaven a gun free zone.  Six (r)epublicans voted with the Democrats to ban citizens from carrying firearms in Representatives Hall and the House gallery.   Belknap County – Dennis Fields, Sanborton Carroll County – Karel Crawford, Center […]

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