Press Release

Respect for Women Begins with Respect by Women

by Steve MacDonald August 19, 2013
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Respect for Women Begins with Respect by Women Ashley Pratte, Executive Director In recent weeks there has been discussion around the topic of abortion as well as female objectification when recent sexting scandals were brought to light. It is important to note that I myself am a single, twenty-four year old woman involved in activism […]

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Hemingway calls for Removal of House Criminal Justice and Safety Chair, Laura Pantelakos

by Mike January 23, 2013

Candidate for NHGOP Chair Andrew Hemingway calls for the Immediate Removal of House Criminal Justice and Safety Chair, Laura Pantelakos Yesterday at the NH State House, hundreds of citizens came together to provide testimony to the House Criminal Justice and Safety Committee in regards to HB 135. The citizens who took valuable time out of […]

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Maggie Hassan – Partisan Voting 98% of the Time

by Steve MacDonald October 24, 2012

Tom Cronin with Ovide for Governor sent out a press release today questioning this statement by Democrat Maggie Hassan.  “One of the things I really worked on in the State Senate was making sure that when we develop policy; everybody comes to the table to do it. … I’ve always found it really important that […]

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RLCNH Releases Endorsements & Recommendations for 2012

by Steve MacDonald July 24, 2012

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 24, 2012 Media Contact: Carolyn McKinney, chairman, RLCNH, 603-769-4264, RLCNH RELEASES SESSION SCORECARD, USES BOLD VOTING RECORD STANDARD TO ENDORSE INCUMBENTS In Order to Ensure Best Republicans Win Primaries, RLCNH Introduces New ‘Recommended’ Candidate Level CONCORD, N.H.—With the premiere of its Legislative Scorecard that rates representatives and senators on […]

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Congressman-Elect Frank Guinta’s statement on the Republican’s Caucus Vote on Earmark Moratorium

by Steve MacDonald November 18, 2010

November 18th, 2010 Washington D.C. – Congressman-elect Frank Guinta (R-NH) issued the following statement on his support of the Republican Caucus’ vote to implement an earmark moratorium for two years. Guinta made cutting spending and government transparency hallmarks of his campaign and will work tirelessly to see these principles implemented in Congress. “The earmark process […]

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