JP Marzullo

GrokTALK! Live (All Day) From The CNHT Annual Picnic (Updated)

by Steve MacDonald July 5, 2014
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Update – Change in start time-  We will be going on the air by 11:30 am It’s time for CNHT’s annual Picnic.  There will be more than wenty candidates for elected office, and a long list of speakers including the keynote by Dr. Betsy McCaughey.  The Event starts at 11a, EST.  We will live streaming […]

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GrokTALK! April 26th, 2014 – Who Want’s Clean Elections – The Videos

by Skip April 27, 2014

For some reason, YouTube was more like You ‘tude as it just took forEVAH to upload the segments.  But it’s done and here are the segments (along with a short Pre-show as well; full audio by Steve is here).  First two segments here and the other three after the jump.  Emphasis this week was on Clean […]

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GrokTALK! April 26th, 2014 – Who Want’s Clean Elections?

by Steve MacDonald April 26, 2014
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This week on GrokTALK! Susan Myrick from the Veritas Institute in North Carolina joins us to talk about voter fraud and clean elections. Ed Naile from CNHT follows Susan with an update on local efforts to bring about clean elections. And JP Marzullo, candidate for the NH State Senate shares his views on the issues […]

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GrokTALK! April 26th, 2014 Live Stream

by Steve MacDonald April 26, 2014
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This week we’ve got Susan Myrick from the Civitas Institute in North Carolina, Ed Naile from the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, and JP Marzullo, candidate for the NH State Senate. Live broadcast by Ustream

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This Week on GrokTALK! April 26th, 2014

by Steve MacDonald April 25, 2014
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This week on GrokTALK! we are joined by JP Marzullo – Candidate for the NH Senate, Ed Naile – Chairman of CNHT, and Susan Myrick from the Civitas Institute in North Carolina (about the voter registration cross check and those tens of thousands of double voters.)

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Guest Post – JP Marzullo (Candidate for NH State Senate Dist 8)

by Steve MacDonald April 17, 2014
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Like many of us in Liberal Bob Odell’s State Senate District 8, I am disappointed that our Senator is devoting so much time trying to find new ways to raise taxes on the hard-working people in New Hampshire.  You’d have thought that voting to expand Obamacare was enough. It was not. In his never-ending quest […]

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Republican JP Marzullo Is Running For The NH Senate in District 8

by Steve MacDonald April 15, 2014
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Will Bob Odell bow out or allow himself to be pummelled in a primary? From Aaron Day c/o Facebook With great enthusiasm, I am happy to share the news that JP Marzullo is running for NH State Senate from District 8, and I urge you to support him vigorously as he strives to reclaim our […]

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Endorsement – JP Marzullo for NH GOP Vice-Chair

by Skip January 23, 2013

All organizations need a Number Two person, and at this place in time for the the NH GOP, a good one is needed indeed. Someone who knows the people, knows the groups, and knows the nuts-and-bolts of both the Party as well as campaigns to help regain the House, the Executive Council, the corner office, […]

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JP Marzullo Comes Out of the Closet?

by Steve MacDonald November 3, 2011

To be fair he may be an outstanding Republican by every other measure, and that’s great, but he’s clearly got a blind spot when it comes to this issue and the idea of rights, and it invalidates his entire testimony. He is emotionally compromised. So much so that he ignores the real problem. The push for “Gay marriage,” like most other Democrat campaigns, has nothing to do with the contractual union of two people who think they love each other.

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