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VOTER ID: Governor Lynch Vetoes Integrity and Honesty

“I can make them voting machines sing Home Sweet Home.”  ~Earl Kemp Long, (1895-1960) Governor Lynch vetoes SB129…Irony. A considerable number of facets of our every-day lives require us to produce identification.  Not producing an identification means not obtaining the good or service we seek. More often than not, it is a “private” entity that …

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Belknap County Republican Committee – 4/13/11 – NH State Senator Jim Forsythe

Last nite was the monthly meeting of the Belknap County Republicans.  Of the two speakers, the first was NH State Senator Jim Forsythe (District 4). His time was spent mostly in answering legislative questions from the attendees (as most now on a variety of bills.  You can tell he is paying attention and deftly handles …

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GrokTALK! Special – NH Representative JR Hoell

Yesterday, JR called in while Ann-Marie Banfield was talking about HB 542 concerning Parental Rights and Choice concerning objectionable material that runs counter to their values and morality.  Not getting a chance to more fully explain his viewpoint, we conducted a Special Interview this afternoon: A few things stood out: What HB 542 embodes what …

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The New Hampshire state Senate

"Then and now," after historical political tsunami in the Free State: January 1, 2009: 14 Democrats vs. 10 Republicans January 1, 2011: 8 Democrats vs. 16 Republicans. NUMBER OF SEATS LOST BY DEMOCRATS IN NH STATE SENATE: 6.