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Stop the Presses Democrat Majority State Senate Supports Wasting Money On Commuter Rail

Public transportation is an expression of the state’s right to define how you get from A to B. Not just how but when and where. The modern commuter rail fantasy fits this profile. It is a long-standing dream of the Left. To throw your money down a hole for government controlled ride-sharing. Whether you can use it, want …

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Sen. Morse, French Oppose Anti-Worker Legislation Passed in Senate

The New Hampshire Senate REPUBLICAN OFFICE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 14, 2019 Morse, French oppose anti-worker legislation passed in Senate Concord, NH – Today, the New Hampshire Senate voted ought to pass on SB 19 and SB 249. These two pieces of legislation violate the privacy of public employees across the state and unionize legislative …

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Some Don’t Want to Hear It

Some legislators don’t want to hear about educational opportunities that impact thousands of NH children. That’s their choice. They can choose to ignore what often matters a great deal to families. On New Year’s Eve, we sent an email to all NH Senators and State Representatives welcoming them to the new biennium. The letter explained our belief …

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603 Alliance Statement on NH Legislatures Re-Election of Secretary of State Bill Gardner

The 603 Alliance would like to thank New Hampshire Republicans for leading the charge to stop deep-pocketed out-of-state progressive influence peddlers from buying local Democrat votes and the office of the Secretary of State. Partisan Democrat Colin Van Ostern ignored his parties own refrain about the evils of out of state money and hauled in …

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“Regarding the qualifications of Senator-elect Jon Morgan…”

To quote Skip, the Ballot Commission punted! Start with this. We’ve more to follow. “As Chairman of the New Hampshire Ballot Law Commission, I am writing to you regarding a vote taken by the Commission at its meeting this morning. The first item on the agenda was BLC 2018-5, the above-captioned complaint, filed with the …

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1,322 Votes and It’s a 13-11 Republican Majority New Hampshire State Senate

The Democrat “Sweep” of New Hampshire looks impressive. But when you run the numbers, especially on the State Senate side, it’s quite fragile. To show you how precarious the win, we only need to look at a few State Senate Races. A difference of 275 votes (total) between just two races (Avard and Gannon) produces …

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Dem Senate Candidate – Clueless Act #2

First we have a photo of her dancing on a Veterans’ Memorial, now she’s placed a sign in a location that violates NH RSA 664:17, regulating the placement of political advertising – creating a serious traffic hazard (police report filed). “State-owned rights-of-way – political advertising is allowed as long as the advertising does not obstruct the …

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Jon Morgan Calls Questioning His Eligibility for NH Senate, Based on HIS Own Words, a ‘smear’

Earlier, I posted an article that it appears as if Jon Morgan, Democrat running for New Hampshire Senate in District 23, is ineligible to actually run for the seat. The Morgan campaign responded and called it a ‘dishonest attack’ and a smear campaign (for the record, Bill Gannon has NOTHING to do with any investigation …

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