Town Elections

Vote New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald March 12, 2013

Not all but most towns in New Hampshire are voting today.  Please make time to get out and vote, and if possible, bring some neighbors with you. Just do it!

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NH Listens? No They Don’t. They Tell!

by Steve MacDonald February 17, 2013

NH Listens is running around the state training “facilitators” to advance a decidedly left wing agenda.  And why not?  The ‘interim’ directer of the Carsey Institute at the University of New Hampshire–which runs NH Listens–is not only a well connected left winger, he doesn’t even live in the granite State. He lives in Maine. And have you seen […]

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What If You Held an Election and No One Showed Up?

by Steve MacDonald April 11, 2012

Merrimack held it’s local town elections yesterday.  A town of roughly 25,000, with (I’m guessing) close to 18,000 people of voting age, that typically sees 4000-6000 ballots in the average Town election, produced only 2500 ballots yesterday. A bit of advice? When you let one third of the voters decide tax and spending policy for […]

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Merrimack Wants To Vote On Gay Marriage

by Steve MacDonald April 13, 2010

  By a 65-35 majority the voters of Merrimack would like the opportunity for a statewide vote on the question of gay marriage.   In other voting, the budgets passed-both less than the default, Chris Ortega and Shannon Barnes won the two open School board seats, Dwyer and Flood got elected to the two open town […]

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