Tag Archives: NHpolitics

Republicans Against Free Speech

Carolyn McKinney’s rebuttal to “some Republicans” pushing to remove the word ‘traditional’ as a qualifier to the word ‘marriage’ in the New Hampshire Republican State Platform is brilliant. It’s so good those Republicans don’t want you to read it. (If you have … Continue reading

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“Dominating the Political Bandwidth in New Hampshire.”

I’m joined by Skip Murphy to discuss GranitGrok.com’s rapid rise in reach since the beginning of the year and how we are finally living up to the tagline I convinced him to put on the home page several years ago. … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolution for NH Politicians – Stop Lying to Voters

January 1st is usually a day of reflection for many people over the previous year. It’s also a day where people create New Year’s Resolutions to make some sort of change in the new year. Political Buzz decided it might be … Continue reading

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Eddie Edwards Issues Statement on White House Tax Plan

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 26, 2017 Contact: Derek Dufresne derek@rightvoter.com, 202-809-6013 Eddie Edwards Issues Statement on White House Tax Plan Dover, NH – Eddie Edwards, candidate for Congress in New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District, released the following statement regarding the … Continue reading

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The NH Lawmaker Who Secretly Created Reddit’s Women-Hating ‘Red Pill’

The homegrown son of a preacher, 31-year-old Robert Fisher is a Republican who represents New Hampshire’s Belknap County District 9. In addition to his legislative duties, Fisher owns a local computer repair franchise, and in his spare time, seems to … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Voters Want Integrity in Elections

A majority of Granite Staters want only actual New Hampshire residents voting in elections as well as requiring valid identification. Unfortunately, the organizations pushing against (the) integrity of elections (several out-of-state organizations) don’t want the same integrity of the vote. … Continue reading

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Ban Abortion, Except…

I hated pregnancy. I was miserable every time. I vomited throughout all nine months, had headaches, gained an obscene amount of weight, had no energy and cried frequently. Once my babies were born, it was like a switch had been … Continue reading

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Where Does NHDP Chairman Ray Buckley Fit In With DNC Reform?

I tried not to laugh out loud. I really did. After an unsuccessful run for chairman of the Democratic National Committee, Ray Buckley wants to change the way the national party does its elections–yet how much influence and power he … Continue reading

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Dave Boutin Considers Running for His Old State Senate Seat

Two prominent Manchester-area residents said Friday they are considering running for the New Hampshire Senate seat vacated by the sudden death of Scott McGilvray last month. Both David Boutin, the Hooksett Republican who held the seat for seven years, and … Continue reading

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House panel retains bill to ban conversion therapy

A House committee has voted to retain a bill to ban sexual orientation conversion therapy, the second legislative session in a row that such a bill has failed to pass in Concord. The House Health and Human Services and Elderly … Continue reading

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