NH Senate

New Hampshire Senators Oppose Turnpike Toll Hike

by Granite Grok December 5, 2017

By Sen. Kevin Avard The New Hampshire Senate Republican Majority Office Senators oppose turnpike toll hike Concord, NH – The Governor’s Advisory Commission on Intermodal Transportation (GACIT) held a public hearing on Monday regarding the Department of Transportation plan for a statewide toll hike. Senate President Chuck Morse (R-Salem), Senate Transportation Committee Chairman Regina Birdsell […]

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Sexual Assault Accusations Are “Timeless,” Right, Ray?

by Ed Naile November 18, 2017

Ten years ago, doesn’t seem that long when you look at the alleged sexual assaults and improprieties being aired every day on national news sites, radio, and print. This story below is about an internal investigation by the Democrat Party of still serving Democrat Party Icon Ray Buckley’s alleged behavior with campaign staffers ten years […]

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Democrat Senate Dist. 16 Candidate Kevin Cavanaugh’s “Drug Problem”

by Steve MacDonald July 18, 2017

On July 25th voters in New Hampshire State Senate District 16, will go the polls in a special election. The Democrat in that race is Manchester Ward 1 Alderman Kevin Cavanaugh.  Kevbo is on record in support of making Manchester a Sanctuary city. Seeing as the Kevinator is an elected official in the largest city in […]

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Mike Sylvia – HB 614: No Hardship for NH Law Enforcement

by Steve MacDonald May 8, 2017

by Mike Sylvia This Thursday, May 11, HB614 goes to the New Hampshire Senate floor. We received a bad recommendation from the judiciary committee with a vote of 4-1 to kill the bill. Let’s all push the message on social media, in the press, and our email lists. We can overturn the recommendation by refuting […]

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Senator Sponsoring State-Sponsored Gambling Monopolies – A Stupid Idea For Which The Time Will Never Come

by Ed Naile April 27, 2017

Like a junkie who needs a fix, Liberal Lou D’Allesandro is chomping at the bit for another shot at a state gambling monopoly. Who would have guessed that the fake news promise of tax riches for all would subside in Manchester’s Tax and Spend Lou. Once again Senator Casino is trying to rally support for […]

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NH State Senate Democrat Scott McGilvray Passed Away Tuesday Night

by Steve MacDonald March 22, 2017

The District 16 Senator was also President of the NH-NEA, the state’s largest teachers union. CONCORD — Democratic State Sen. Scott McGilvray, who represented the Hooksett and Candia area, died Tuesday night, Gov. Chris Sununu announced at the breakfast meeting of the Executive Council Wednesday morning. I’m quite certain he and I would disagree on […]

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I’m sure Stephen Shurtleff is shocked, shocked.

by Susan Olsen January 11, 2017

No doubt NH Democrat Minority Leader Stephen Shurtleff is shocked…

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Avard questions $3.7 million in unspent funds for DD-waitlist in FY ‘16

by Steve MacDonald October 10, 2016

Concord, NH – Today, Senator Kevin Avard (R-Nashua) issued the following statement after learning there are $3.7 million in unspent funds for Developmental Disabilities Waitlist in FY 16, with 166 citizens still waiting for services according to the latest dashboard issued in July. This information came to light as part of the Agency Requests submitted […]

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Nancy Steenson isn’t fit to be senator for New Hampshire’s 23rd district

by Kimberly Morin August 2, 2016

On Sunday the Rockingham County Republican Committee held a candidate forum in which candidates for office within Rockingham County came together to give stump speeches. There were candidates from across the county running for various political offices. One of the candidates was Nancy Steenson.

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NH Education Activist Call To Action

by Steve MacDonald February 19, 2016
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From Stop Common Core New Hampshire WARNING!!! Obama’s Outcome Based Education and Outcome Based Assessments may become LAW This needs to be STOPPED IMMEDIATELY TWO Bills passed the NH HOUSE are on their way to the NH Senate that need your urgent attention. IT is important that you testify or write the Senate Education Committee […]

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NH Sen. Nancy Stiles Leads Move To Teach Your 5 Year Old About Drugs and Alcohol

by Steve MacDonald January 14, 2016
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From Ann Marie Banfield… YOUR NH SENATORS TODAY…voted to FORCE your school to teach YOUR 5 year old about drugs and alcohol. Led by Senator Stiles (R) and with NO provision to inform YOU or require your consent, the NH SENATE passed SB369-FN 1) ASK your senator how they voted on this bill I do […]

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Are YOU Suitable? Governor Hassan Doesn’t think So

by Kimberly Morin August 12, 2015

Governor Hassan vetoed legislation that would have ended almost 100 years of state-sanctioned discrimination. It is now time to override her veto by letting the New Hampshire Senate know Granite Staters will not tolerate the undefined discriminatory practice of ‘suitability’ to continue.

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NH Senate Action Could Cost Taxpayers Big

by Steve MacDonald May 25, 2015
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The Buffer Zone Repeal was aborted so an unnecessary lawsuit may now move forward – at your expense. Two Republican state Senators, Nancy Stiles (a co-sponsor of the original law) and Jerry Little, sided with every Democrat in the chamber to lock the vote. Republican state Sen. Jeb Bradley voted for the repeal bill, but then quickly […]

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NH BOE’s Bill Duncan is lying and working against children and parental rights

by Kimberly Morin May 18, 2015

Today ‘School Choice for New Hampshire’ wrote about the latest compromise in House Bill 323 – “An Act relative to the administration of the statewide assessment program.” Proponents of the original bill want to take local control out of the hands of parents and school boards and have it at a regional level. Opponents are […]

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Education Bill ALERT: HB 323 Compromise in Jeopardy

by Kimberly Morin May 18, 2015

Guest post from Michelle Levell: HB 323, the waiver bill, has been an extremely complicated and contentious bill all year. Multiple amendments have been proposed, but only one offered an acceptable compromise, the Bradley amendment, #1572s. Only this amendment specifically allows the SAT or ACT to be used as the 11th grade statewide assessment and […]

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NOTE to Senator Pierce: The 2nd Amendment actually IS a RIGHT in New Hampshire

by Kimberly Morin February 15, 2015

Senator Pierce made a complete fool out of himself during the vote on SB 116, aka ‘Constitutional Carry’, by claiming that it wasn’t a ‘Women’s Rights’ issue.  He insulted New Hampshire women and appears to be the ‘king’ of deciding what issues are women’s rights issues.

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‘Constitutional Carry’ passes in NH Senate along party lines

by Kimberly Morin February 12, 2015

Today Senate Bill 116, aka “Constitutional Carry”, was voted on by the full senate. Despite the majority of their constituents wanting them to pass SB 116, Democrats voted how their party leaders told them to vote and voted against it. Senators who were already getting railed for being sexists provided more ammunition today (that deserves […]

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Senator Hosmer claimed he’d help domestic abuse victims. He LIED.

by Kimberly Morin February 11, 2015

I don’t know how I happened upon this but back in 2012 I wrote an article about the ‘Most DEPSICABLE political flier in the 2012 election cycle‘.  It was an ad for Senator Hosmer sent out by the vile Ray Buckley (now we know who Hosmer is parroting when he was condescending, sexist and rude […]

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Senator Hosmer is a condescending, clueless misogynist

by Kimberly Morin February 10, 2015

Yesterday, Susan Olsen, former chairwoman for the Women’s Defense League of New Hampshire and current Legislative Director, sent an email to the entire New Hampshire Senate regarding SB 116 (email below). Some of her responses were simply canned “thank you for your email” while others were in support of the bill. There was one response […]

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New Hampshire’s overwhelming support for ‘Constitutional Carry’

by Kimberly Morin January 30, 2015

Yesterday was the Senate Judiciary Committee on SB 116. A bill that makes getting a pistol license optional, allowing legal gun owners to concealed carry without having to go through the license process. There was 4.5 hours of testimony throughout the day. Only four people stood in opposition to the bill and three of them […]

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Did the NH Senate give birth to the “Speaker Scam” in the House?

by Kimberly Morin December 5, 2014

In what was often an insanely frustrating (the live feed kept going down) and sometimes amusing election for Speaker of the House on Wednesday, Republican Representative Shawn Jasper was elected as Speaker by a majority of Democrats. The majority in the Republican Caucus voted for O’Brien. If you recall, the Republican race for Speaker was […]

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Is NH State Senator David Boutin the equivalent of “doddering” US Senator Pat Roberts?

by Skip September 20, 2014

Yes, the equivalency / similarities hit just as soon as I read it: THE NRSC’S WORK PROPPING UP DODDERING NONRESIDENT PAT ROBERTS WORKING OUT AS EXPECTED: In Kansas, Incumbent Pat Roberts Down 5 Points Against “Independent” Candidate. “This all raises a bigger question as to Roberts’ viability. He’s just a horrible campaigner, and doesn’t seem comfortable in his […]

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GrokTALK! Aug 30th, 2014 Segment One

by Steve MacDonald September 1, 2014
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This weeks segment one free-for-all touches on Ann Kuster, Maggie Hassan, The Coffee party, RINO’s, Senate Majority PAC’s, Stiles and Boutins, Fergy, The GOP Brand, The Wave, the  “small dog” Skip ‘Lost,’ Unity, and that’s just the first half of the segment. There’s more… You Can Also Listen or Download This Segment Here. The segment […]

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David Boutin asks…

by Kimberly Morin August 27, 2014
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Little gets lots of support from out-of-district Bankers

by Kimberly Morin June 20, 2014

According to Senate District 8 Republican candidate Jerry Little’s FEC filings, the majority of his support appears to be from his fellow bankers outside of the Senate district.  While it’s not really surprising since Little was a banking industry lobbyist for years, it shows how little support Little has from the grassroots inside of the […]

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2014 NH GOP Annual Meeting – NH State Senate President Chuck Morse and NH State Rep Laurie Sanborn

by Skip May 4, 2014

At Party meetings, there are reports galore and this year’s NH GOP Annual Meeting was no different.  After hearing from NH’s RNC Committee folks, it was the turn of those in leadership in the NH State Senate and NH State House.  For the former, it was NH State Senate President Chuck Morse and because NH […]

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If The legislature Added Ten Cents To The Price Of The Concord Monitor – Would That Be A Tax?

by Steve MacDonald May 1, 2014
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Part of the dumbing down, or is it just the reprogramming of Americans, seems to be convincing them that just because your government makes you pay more for something that this is not a tax. It is a tax. When the state uses force (threat or risk of punishment for refusing to collect or pay […]

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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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SB 120 – Speech Limited In NH By Those Most Threatened By It (Updated)

by Steve MacDonald April 15, 2014
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I have been following the New Hampshire Political ruling class efforts to stifle political speech for years.  It is a bipartisan effort to erect barriers to free speech.  So what do you call that?  Almost free speech?  Sort of Free speech?  Selective Free speech?  Speech that’s free but only during the calendar days defined by […]

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GrokTALK! April 15th, 2014 Photo ID, Green Energy Bird BBQ, Bundy Ranch, and The Growing Train of Abuses

by Steve MacDonald April 13, 2014
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Skip, Mike, and Steve talk about New Hampshire’s same day registration problem, Bill Clinton’s Photo ID epiphany, Getting strung up on a cactus at the Bundy Ranch –  see also “growing weary of the long train of abuses,” a bit of wind and solar BBQ, “another one bites the dust”– or the strange effect that […]

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