Nashua NH

NRCC Steakout 2014 With Gov Bob Ehrlich

by Mike September 21, 2014

Every year, the Nashua Republican City Committee has their gala “Steakout” event, where the food is a cut above the normal “rubber chicken” circuit, and the keynote speakers are well worth hearing. Special thanks to the organizers, including Andrew Cernota (Chairman) and Di Lothrop (Events organizer). This year, we heard from a Republican who is […]

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How Many Democrats?

by Steve MacDonald December 20, 2013

Maybe it is not weird to notice such things but the morning edition of the Manchester paper, reporting on the Second Amendment rally in Nashua yesterday, states… While former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown headlined a private Republican holiday party downtown on Thursday, two separate groups of protesters rallied outside for different causes. About 250 members […]

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Meet Melissa Shohet – OFA Ballot Box Stuffer and Transient Voter

by Steve MacDonald August 30, 2013
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You might not be at all surprised to learn that Daniel Barluschke was registered and voted (as a Democrat) from New Hampshire Democrat Mille Knudson’s home on 93 Noons Quarry Road in Milford, NH in the 2008 general election.  [Knudson (D-Milford) was actually running for the NH House while Daniel was voting from her home. […]

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Information Intimidation in Franklin NH?

by Steve MacDonald November 22, 2012

While public document fees are not unreasonable for the purpose of covering the cost of the  materials or labor required to meet a request, at what point do these sums become an obstacle for the average citizen?  When does the sum begin to limit access otherwise protected by law? In the case of voter checklists […]

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