ReopenNH Sends Voting Block to Concord to Restore Freedom - Granite Grok

ReopenNH Sends Voting Block to Concord to Restore Freedom


EAST DERRY, N.H.—Voters sent a message by electing a block of ReopenNH candidates on Tuesday during the state’s General Election, and now it’s time for our endorsed candidates to get to work restoring the Republic of New Hampshire.

Rebuilding New Hampshire Has to be Our Priority as a State

Of 119 candidates endorsed by ReopenNH, voters elected at least 74 who have pledged to RebuildNH, and these men and women will make up 35 percent of the new Republican majority. ReopenNH knows that several candidates who didn’t complete our survey are also sympathetic to our issues, and thus we are confident we can advance our cause by working with a larger group of like-minded lawmakers.

“The new Legislature must work together to rebuild the state and reestablish the freedoms that have been unlawfully taken by out-of-control bureaucratic fiat,” said Andrew J. Manuse, chairman of ReopenNH. “It’s important to restore policy-making decisions to the Legislature, which is the branch of government that is most responsive to the people of New Hampshire.”

“People were fed up with the do-nothing Legislature of the past two years and showed at the ballot box that they want a new direction for the state,” said JR Hoell, treasurer of ReopenNH. “Given the massive destruction to the lives and livelihoods of Granite Staters from government edicts, we realize we need to RebuildNH as soon as possible, and we have rebranded our organization with a new name to better align our mission with the needs of the state.”

The updated website will have an updated list of endorsed candidate winners as soon as we can cross-check our results with the Secretary of State’s certified final vote tally.



About ReOpenNH & RebuildNH

ReopenNH is a PAC made up of concerned individuals devoted to getting New Hampshire back to work through a restoration of balance and reason in state government. RebuildNH is the name the organization will be transitioning to following the election.