Votes

She’s wrong

by Skip August 10, 2017

LEGISLATOR TO ANDREW CUOMO: ““You look at me, Mr. Governor, but you don’t see me. You see my black skin and a woman.” No, he doesn’t see your black skin and that you are a woman.  After over a decade of watching politicians evaluating situations, you know what he sees? He sees you in terms of […]

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Guest Post: NH State Senate candidate Jane Cormier – compare and contrast me to incumbent Dave Boutin

by Skip August 21, 2014

Cormier stands on record in seeking Senate seat To the Editor: As a member of the New Hampshire House this session, I learned much about the workings of government and politics. As a candidate against Sen. David Boutin in District 16, I can say our voting records clearly demonstrate where we stand on important issues […]

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Nothing Says Should I vote for Them Like an HRA Score

by Steve MacDonald June 17, 2014
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Most anyone who is planning to run for the NH House has already signed up to do so.  Many of them will have served previously, some of those will be involved in primaries, so it pays to know how your sitting House members rate when it come to voting the Republican platform. One of the […]

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“Consistency breeds Trust yields Votes”

by Skip June 10, 2014

“Consistency breeds Trust yields Votes” – I have been saying that for months now, trying to impress upon the Establishment Republicans (aka, the “Republican Republicans for the sake of the Party” – RRFTSOTP) that simply running campaigns for the sake of winning is insufficient.  Rather, winning is merely a necessary pre-cursor – it is what […]

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GrokSHOTS! – Thanks for The Vote, Have Some Money!

by Steve MacDonald May 25, 2014
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From segment one of this weeks podcast we’ve got “Thanks for The Vote, Have Some Money!” about votes by two Democrats from New Hampshire and how they might be tied to campaign donations. GrokShot! Votes For Money (90 sec) Click here to Listen to this Weeks program Listen on iTunes, iHeart Radio, Spreaker, TuneIn, or […]

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Sunday talking head show Doodlings: That is only the prerequisite, sir!

by Skip February 16, 2014

“It is because the base no longer Trusts what happens after “winning” that this is an issue.” On This Week with “Mr.  wContraceptive in Presidential Debates” (that would be George Stephanopolous, Clinton’s Vonderkind, turned Democrat “journalist”) was this clip from NJ Gov. Chris Christie: Our party’s priority should be on winning. Not winning the argument.  […]

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An observation, a question, and THE answer. Like what I’ve been saying for a while.

by Skip February 10, 2014

Ron Christie at The Daily Beast has the observation: In the past few weeks, I’ve noticed a widening rift between the Republican establishment and the Tea Party activists who swept John Boehner into the House Speaker seat and put Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell within striking distance of a majority to effectively cement President Obama’s […]

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Senator Nancy Stiles – “It’s not like it’s dead yet.

by Susan Olsen November 23, 2013

She didn’t vote against Medicaid Expansion in NH, she just hasn’t figured out how to divvy up the dough yet…. ‘It’s not like it’s dead yet.”

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Merrimack County Republican Committee – My ‘discussion’ Part 4: “The Philosophies”

by Skip November 13, 2013

Reminder: “So, I help to elect Democrats, eh?” (thank you, Mark Sanborn).  To recap: WHY IS THE GOP / NH GOP IN TROUBLE? Let’s get to the Nitty Gritty of this “discussion”: There is a tremendous split in the Republican Party – and especially in the NH GOP. And for three extremely binary reason – […]

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Roll Call-palooza – Another Democrat Taxpayer Swindle

by Steve MacDonald March 23, 2011

New Hampshire Democrats, who benefit from taxpayer money laundered through public employee union dues into their campaign, are spending taxpayer dollars in the legislature to make sure they have sound bites and talking points to give to their union buddies to ensure the Aztec gold continues to flow moving forward.

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