Tag Archives: Manchester

Teen Killed in Goffstown Shooting a student at Memorial High

Girard at Large has learned that the person killed outside of the Ace Hardware store in downtown Goffstown was student at Manchester’s Memorial High School. | More at Girard at Large

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Timeline of the Uphill Battle to Reform Manchester’s VA Clinic

President Donald Trump made reforming the Department of Veterans Affairs a primary goal of his presidency, turning 2017 into a watershed year for military servicemen across the nation, especially those in New Hampshire. Ahead of Veterans Day, NH Journal compiled a timeline … Continue reading

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Libertarian Elected in Manchester: Voting is Palliative

Libertarian Colin Gibson was elected to Ward 4 Moderator on November 7th. Colin won 738 to 331. There were 8 write-in votes. Colin is an advocate of crypto currency, police accountability, and agorism. Colin is known by many in the liberty community, … Continue reading

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Queen City Elections: Next Day Analysis

Rich opened this morning’s show by talking about yesterday’s elections.  He informed the listeners about a candidate who will be filing for a recount and reviewed the Queen City’s voter turnout.  He shared that the Democratic Party had been more successful at turning out their voters … Continue reading

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GAL – On Air News Read

Well the voters of Manchester spoke last night and one might say they were of many minds.  In a campaign that saw a twelve percent increase in the number of ballots cast, many results came as a surprise, while others … Continue reading

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Craig Wins Machester Mayoral Race; Democrats Win Two More Special Elections

Granite Staters voted on Tuesday, supporting Democratic candidates in closely-watched races and deciding the fate of Keno in the state’s biggest cities. Below are a few takeaways from Election Day in New Hampshire and what it means going into 2018. … 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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