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NHGOP Chair ViceChair Vote Counting – Entire Session: Cameras 1, 2, and 3 point of views

As promised, here is the entire uncut from Camera 1. Cameras 2 & 3, more at table level and on either side of the counting table at each end, are processing as I type this. Just wanted to make sure to capture as much detail as possible of the different actions going on at the …

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NHGOP Chair ViceChair Vote Counting – Do I stay or do I go??? Or get tossed out?

At just around 6pm last night for the next 2.5 hours, the counting went on. However, as I alluded to here, there was a kerfuffle over who was going to be able to stay and watch the counting and who was going to get kicked out. Andrew Georgevits was nominally in charge of the process …

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NH GOP Annual Meeting – Another Observation From A Loyal Reader

As a Merrimack County GOP Committee member, who was credentialed to attend this fiasco, it went exactly like anyone with a brain would know it would go; and, the mere fact that out of the starting gate 50 people voted “multiple” times on a yes or no “monkey” survey, was when this meeting needed to …

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The NH GOP Has Lost the Consent of the Governed

Still no apology from the NH GOP, i.e. Chair Stephen Stepanek or Vice-Chair Pam Tucker, for the disrespectful mismanagement and violation of the rules of order during the Jan. 23rd virtual NH GOP meeting to elect state party officers.

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Alan Glassman, You Pulled the “Trigger” on the Wrong Guy

Last Wednesday, I was asked if GraniteGrok would observe the voting within the Belknap County Republican Committee (BCRC). Because, according to the two separate folks who didn’t know the other had done so, they thought the voting would be “interesting.”