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Jane Cormier Announces Run for Executive Council District 4

by Op-Ed April 6, 2018

Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jane Cormier Ph: 603-781-5695 Email: jane4ec@gmail.com Hooksett, NH – The Honorable Jane Cormier, has announced her run for the Executive Council District 4. “The Executive Council provides many important responsibilities to the citizens of New Hampshire, including the oversight and approval of approximately $5.2 billion dollars of the annual […]

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Jane Cormier Announces Run for Executive Council in District 4 At WDLNH 2A Event

by Steve MacDonald March 14, 2018

During her remarks at the Women’s Defense League 2A Rally, former NH Right to Life President Jane Cormier announces his bid for the District 4 Executive Council (EC) seat and explains a bit about what the EC is and does. Visit the original blog pose of this podcast for more ways to listen.

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Jane Cormier Announces Run for Executive Council in District 4 At WDLNH 2A Event

by Steve MacDonald March 14, 2018

During her remarks at the Women’s Defense League 2A Rally, former NH Right to Life President Jane Cormier announces his bid for the District 4 Executive Council (EC) seat and explains a bit about what the EC is and does.   Follow this podcast on Stitcher Radio Also Available on Google Play

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Steve Kenda Considers Primary Challenge to Russell Prescott for EC District 3

by Steve MacDonald March 14, 2018

Steve Kenda is taking a serious look at challenging Republican incumbent Russel Prescott for the Executive Council Seat in District Three. “Several prominent Republicans have approached me and suggested I take a serious look at Prescott’s seat. Most are shocked at his recent voting record and are looking for a credible candidate to give voters an […]

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What is New Hampshire’s Executive Council?

by Jane Cormier March 12, 2018

How many out there know about the function of our New Hampshire Executive Council?  I am finding very few understand or even know about the EC here in our state.  We need to change that! The NH Executive Council is a vestige of the Colonia era, offering a “firewall” to ensure an autocracy within the […]

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ACTION ALERT Executive Council to vote on abortion clinic funding November 8

by Steve MacDonald October 27, 2017

ACTION ALERT From New Hampshire Right to Life Originally scheduled for October 25, the New Hampshire Executive Council will tentatively vote on MORE funding for Planned Parenthood clinics here in the Granite State on November 8. Although Planned Parenthood advertises itself as an organization promoting health for women and families, it is the nation’s largest abortion provider […]

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Breaking – Executive Council Votes For Taxpayer Funding for Planned Parenthood

by Steve MacDonald June 29, 2016
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Alternate Title: Chris Sununu decides he does not want to be the Republican nominee for governor of New Hampshire. By a vote of 3 to 2 the New Hampshire Executive Council, tasked with approving contracts with State Government, has approved a contract for taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood. Congratulations, Frank Edelblut. You should have no […]

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If Trafficking in Baby Parts Isn’t Enough…

by Steve MacDonald August 13, 2015
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New Hampshire’s Executive Council recently voted to keep General fund tax revenue from funding a few local planned parenthood parts departments. We discuss the activist effort in NH to keep tax-dollars out of the abortion business, and why. Want the entire program? Get it here! Follow us on YouTube, USTREAM, Facebook, and Twitter …and take us […]

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If Trafficking in Baby Parts Isn’t Enough…

by Steve MacDonald August 13, 2015

New Hampshire’s Executive Council recently voted to keep General fund tax revenue from funding a few local planned parenthood parts departments. We discuss the activist effort in NH to keep tax-dollars out of the abortion business, and why.  

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