Governor Matt Bevin of Kentucky will be keynoting our 2017 Concord & Merrimack County GOP Annual Lincoln Reagan Day Dinner. The event will be held at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord on Presidents’ Day, Monday, February 20th, 2017.
See the post for more details. Tickets can be purchased through the link to the right.
The Merrimack Country Republican Committee will have its first monthly meeting of the new year on January 11th at 6PM at The Draft in Concord.
If you were eligible to be a delegate to the State GOP Convention, you are now also eligible to vote in the caucus on Wednesday December 14th at 6PM a at The Draft Sports Bar in Concord.
Delegates to the State Convention from Merrimack County (excluding Concord) will be choosing the County and State Committee members for the next two years. If you are interested in serving in this capacity, please contact a current committee member by December 1st to add your name to the ballot. See the post for more details.
Republicans won big in yesterdays election. Come 2017, we will have a Republican president and a Republican Majority in the U.S. House and Senate. At the State level, we have a Republican Governor again for the first time in a decade and Governor Sununu will have the support of an Republican majority in the executive council. Both the NH Senate and the NH House retained their Republican majorities.
An additional Town Hall debate has been added to the list. There will be a debate in Northfield on October 24th. This is in addition to the debates scheduled for Loudon, Warner, Franklin, and Canterbury.
Come meet State Senate candidates Harold French and Bob Giuda and State Representative candidates Greg Hill, Ryan Smith, Dave Testerman, Werner Horn, and Howard Pearl. They will be attending a Meet and Greet in Franklin on Thursday, October 19th at 6:30 PM. See post for further details.
Because Hurricane Matthew is predicted to hit South Carolina this week Governor Haley can’t be in New Hampshire on Thursday. Therefore, the New London event has been canceled.