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Eleven NH Republicans Join Democrats To Protect Unconstitutional Buffer Zone Law

Politics is about keeping score. And since we’re here for the principles, not just the party, it behooves us to report on elected officials registered as Republicans who refuse to act like them. Republicans should protect free speech, association, and its public exercise. And yet there are those who will not. Whatever, Stephen, do you mean? …

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Turn In Your Guns

Democrats removed a Constitutional Right from the NH House – what will they do to you?

by Rep. Jeanine Notter (Deputy Republican NH House Floor Leader) Merrimack The 166th New Hampshire State Legislature had its first Session for the new term on Wednesday, January 2, 2019.  Democrats in the NH House of Representatives now have the majority and their first order of business was to disarm the Representatives. I campaigned as a defender …

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Well, it looked like the US House Republicans got Trump’s message – they passed a bill

Next to repealing Obamacare, immigration has been a hot topic amongst the conservative base. Trump knew it and campaigned heavily on it: The Wall.  Forget whether you like the idea (I do) or not, it was a campaign promise.  It was for a lot of other Congresscritters as well but even with owning all three …

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Steve Stepanek Has Clear Shot at NHGOP Chairmanship – Wayne MacDonald not Interested

Acting New Hampshire Republican Party Chair Wayne MacDonald will not seek re-election. This clears a path for candidate Steve Stepanek when the party meets on January 26th. Steve announced a few weeks ago and is the only candidate still standing.  Speculation that Mike Biundo might seek the post collapsed when he declined. NHGOP Vice-Chair Matt Mayberry was …

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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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Girls Can Grow Up to Be Anything…Just Not Conservative

Elections where minority candidates lose, except in places like (say) New Hampshire, have become an opportunity for the left to wield the nuclear bomb called racism, on (of all people) women. Exit polling where Stacy Abrahams and Andrew Gillum have yet to win (because Democrat voting never ends even after the polls close) showed more white women voting for …

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How to lose elections

I keep hearing that the GOP needs to get better at making use of social media, and the Internet in general.  And better at raising and spending money. But looking at the mass of campaign literature in my burn box, it occurs to me that a party only needs things like web sites and social …

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What the Hell are We Doing?

by Rebecca Bailey It’s no wonder that almost 6,175 people voted in Hanover and 2,590 in Plymouth a vast majority being democrats leading to losses for County seats and executive council. (see quote below and view the link provided) Meanwhile, we the Grafton County and State Republicans, have in-fighting over ridiculous issues. We hang onto …

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Republicans: Making Excuses for Their Inertia (or lack of it)

New Hampshire’s recent cleansing comes on the heels of two of the worst Republican Majority Sessions in my time as a blogger. Lead by a “Republican Speaker” elected by Democrats and a renowned moderate aisle-crosser the legislature embraced and passed bills that would have died an early death under the watchful eyes of more diligent …

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Delivered Every Day Thanks to “Free Speech,” (While it Lasts)

Granitegrok was accused, earlier today, of being (for the sake of brevity) Republican Party bitches. Anyone who has spent any amount of time here, even just this past legisaltive session, will know how absurd the notion. We waged major offensives against several efforts led by Republicans that advanced, in our opinion, Democrat priorities. Marcy’s Law. Authorizing tax …

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