NH state Senate

CNHT Taxpayer Family Reunion Picnic – the NH State Senate candidates edition

by Skip July 14, 2018

Five (out of the possible 24 NH State Senate District) candidates showed up (listed alphabetically): Gary Daniels is running for NH State Senate District 11. Carla Gericke is running in NH State Senate District 20 Dan Hynes is running for NH State Senate District 9. Bill Kuch is running for NH State Senate District 16. […]

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GrokTV Interview: Carla Gericke is running for NH State Senate (District 20)

by Skip March 12, 2018

We also met up with Carla Gericke who has decided to run for NH State Senate in District 20 – Goffstown, and Manchester Wards 3, 4, 10, and 11.  Her background is here and her issues are here. Website: Carla4nhsenate

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A NH GOP Legislative Masterstroke

by Tim Condon November 2, 2011

A proposed NH state constitutional amendment banning the introduction of a state income tax has been voted out of committee with a recommendation that it "Ought To Pass." The full State House will vote on it in January. Not surprisingly, Democrats deplore it—great angst!—because their true agenda is being exposed to open examination and debate. […]

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by Rick Olson September 14, 2011

“A moment’s reflection shows that Liberalism is entirely negative. It is not a formative force, but always and only a disintegrating force.” —Francis Parker Yockey The House voted today to override the Governors’ veto of Senate Bill 88 on the heels of the Senate voting to override last week. The vote was 251 to 111. […]

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by Rick Olson September 7, 2011

“Self-defense is the clearest of all laws, and for this reason: lawyers didn’t make it” ~Douglas William Jerrold Despite the efforts of Governor Lynch, his Attorney General and a hand full of unelected Police Chiefs around the state, The New Hampshire Senate voted this afternoon to override the Governor’s veto on a vote of 17 […]

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The First Circuit Videotape Opinion and House BIll 145

by Rick Olson August 31, 2011

The fact that the officers were unhappy they were being recorded during an arrest . . . does not make a lawful exercise of a First Amendment right a crime

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AFP New Hampshire Legislative Score Card is Out!

by Steve MacDonald July 14, 2011

Americans For Prosperity has released its 2011 Score card for New Hampshire Legislators in the House, and the NH State Senate. The tally is based on eleven bills AFP focused on in 2011 and whether the New Hampshire Representative or Senator took AFP’s position.

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VOTER ID: Governor Lynch Vetoes Integrity and Honesty

by Mike June 28, 2011

“I can make them voting machines sing Home Sweet Home.”  ~Earl Kemp Long, (1895-1960) Governor Lynch vetoes SB129…Irony. A considerable number of facets of our every-day lives require us to produce identification.  Not producing an identification means not obtaining the good or service we seek. More often than not, it is a “private” entity that […]

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NH, NJ, and RGGI (Cap and Trade)…

by Tom April 28, 2011

A Letter sent to all of the Republican NH State Senators What does it say when a Democrat State Senator in New Jersey wants to get his State out of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) –  the state level Cap and Trade scam – but some New Hampshire State Senators (Republicans!) are against the […]

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Belknap County Republican Committee – 4/13/11 – NH State Senator Jim Forsythe

by Skip April 14, 2011

Last nite was the monthly meeting of the Belknap County Republicans.  Of the two speakers, the first was NH State Senator Jim Forsythe (District 4). His time was spent mostly in answering legislative questions from the attendees (as most now on a variety of bills.  You can tell he is paying attention and deftly handles […]

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GrokTALK! Special – NH Representative JR Hoell

by Skip April 10, 2011

Yesterday, JR called in while Ann-Marie Banfield was talking about HB 542 concerning Parental Rights and Choice concerning objectionable material that runs counter to their values and morality.  Not getting a chance to more fully explain his viewpoint, we conducted a Special Interview this afternoon: A few things stood out: What HB 542 embodes what […]

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Article 11 v. Elliot Lasky – Smackdown!

by Steve MacDonald November 6, 2010

I do not profess to know the finer details of New Hampshire election law, though more perhaps than the husband of the former State Senator who sat on the election law committee, Elliot Lasky.  Mr. Bette Lasky was caught stealing political signs, a clear violation of election law.  (I guess Bette didn’t bring that work […]

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The New Hampshire state Senate

by Tim Condon November 3, 2010

"Then and now," after historical political tsunami in the Free State: January 1, 2009: 14 Democrats vs. 10 Republicans January 1, 2011: 8 Democrats vs. 16 Republicans. NUMBER OF SEATS LOST BY DEMOCRATS IN NH STATE SENATE: 6.

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