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Christopher Maidment

Conservatarian political activist, board member Hillsborough County Republicans and Get Involved PAC. Amateur Chicken Rancher. Not a free stater, but wish I was (if only I knew about it sooner!)

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Man Allegedly Plows into Trump Voter Registration Tent

A 27 year old Florida Man has been arrested and charged for allegedly driving his van through a Trump volunteer voter registration tent. No one was injured in the event. Gregory “Timm was charged with aggravated assault, criminal mischief, and driving with a suspended license, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. He was jailed without …

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KY ‘Red Flag Law’ Protest Triggers Liberal Media

“How many ‘Red Flags’ Do You See in These Photos from Kentucky Gun Owners Swarming the Capitol?” is the headline from Yahoo! News, who shared an Equire post about the protests in Frankfurt on Friday. One thing is certain, the protestors that gathered to oppose a Red Flag Law in KY certainly triggered the liberal …

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Education Tax Credits Survive Senate Committee

New Hampshire’s Education Tax Credits survive Senate Committee, unanimously. The New Hampshire Senate Ways & Means Committee held a hearing this morning on the Education Tax Credits. Well, they heard a bill to alter the program, that is. All five members of the Committee voted to ITL (kill) the bill. They are: Majority Leader Dan …

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Constitutional convention: yea or nay?

Constitutional Convention: Yea or Nay?

In 2012 New Hampshire’s legislature passed a Concurrent Resolution requesting an Article V Constitutional Convention of States, one of the two ways to amend the Constitution. ‘We’ did this, requesting a Balanced Budget Amendment to the US Constitution, in 1979 also, and a handful of times before that for other various reasons. On Wednesday, the …

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Axelman for State Rep, Hooksett

Elliot Axelman is a Republican primary candidate for the open Hooksett State Representative Seat. Hello, Hooksett! My name is Elliot Axelman, and I am running for State Representative in the Republican primary in the Hooksett Special Election. I am a paramedic by profession, and I enjoy many hobbies, including personal fitness and music. I currently …

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Learn Everywhere? No – you MUST learn HERE!

The Learn Everywhere program was an innovative program passed into law that allowed the Commissioner and Board of Education to create rules that allowed curriculum performed outside of the classroom to count for High School credit. Each School District, if the rules were adopted, would be ‘forced’ to accept said credits, even if performed by …

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