These kinds of meetings break down like this:
- Speeches / Reports from NH GOP leadership positions
- Speeches from candidates (Federal, State wide)
- NH GOP elected official races
- Bylines / Platform fights
Here are more of the NH GOP “notables”: NH State Senate Minority Leader Chuck Morse and NH House Republican Leader Dick Hinch:
We’ll see if they are able to improve that status in this upcoming General Election. It won’t be easy but I am really glad that the NH GOP is starting to look and work for ALL down ballot races – from the Corner Office down the town levels. I think they’ve finally realized, and are implementing, a philosophy that every race counts and just not the top ones. Farm teams count and the Democrats have been building theirs for a while.
What is still necessary is that the NH GOP now has to push to bring back partisan races at the local level and much of the Democrats gaining success has been using that to “fly under” the radar.
Of the two, I believe Dick Hinch understands this more implicitly – his membership consists of those that have held local office before. You know, the farm teams