Daily Archives: November 7, 2017

603 Alliance Dinner/Fundraiser – Support Small Government Candidates

We are fast approaching the 603 Alliance Fundraiser. The event is this Thursday, November 9th, at the Executive Court Banquet Facility at 1199 South Mammoth Road in Manchester. All proceeds will go to recruiting and training small government candidates for the New Hampshire House … Continue reading

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Mark Your Calendars: March for Life in Concord and D.C.

The 2018 New Hampshire March for Life will be on January 13 in Concord, with keynote speaker Jennifer Christie. The National March for Life will be on January 19 in Washington, D.C. Watch Leaven for the Loaf’s Facebook page for updates. |Leaven for the … Continue reading

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Abortion Providers in Line for Family Planning Contracts

The Executive Council is expected to vote Wednesday, November 8, on a series of family planning contracts. Three of them are with known abortion providers: Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, the Joan Lovering Health Center, and the Equality Center. ACTION ITEM: … Continue reading

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Trump Derangement Syndrome – Part…..I can’t keep count any more

That’s apparently what CNN was doing when it published a story Monday under the headline, “Trump feeds fish, winds up pouring entire box of food into koi pond.” How is that newsworthy? Well, it’s newsworthy if Trump acted like a … Continue reading

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CONCORD – House Majority Leader Dick Hinch (R-Merrimack) issued a statement following a report that Orville “Bud” Fitch has been tapped by Secretary of State Bill Gardner to fill a newly created position within the Department of State that will review and … Continue reading

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Five Important Things to Watch on Election Day in New Hampshire

One year after the 2016 elections resulted in a new governor, U.S. senator, and president, Granite Staters head to the polls to vote on a number of important races and ballot initiatives. Below are five of the most crucial factors … Continue reading

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Where do Democrat Candidates in Manchester Election Stand on These Issues?

Democrat state party chair Ray Buckley called a broad swath of voters in our state white supremacists. As a Democrat for public office do you support the state party chair’s remarks and if not, why have you not denounced them … Continue reading

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