The Latest Updates from the Merrimack County GOP
Only one week to go before the session ends. See the post for details, including links to past newsletters from April and May (at the bottom of the post.)
The Bow Town GOP Committee will be holding a Reboot Inaugural Meeting on Tuesday, April 17th at 6:30 PM. It will be held at the Old Town Hall in Bow. See post for address.
An extra-large number of Senate Bills coming over to the House this session. See the post for details, including links to past newsletters from March and April (at the bottom of the post.)
Our April monthly meeting of the Merrimack County Committee will be held on Wednesday, April 18, 2018, 6:00pm at the Loudon Country Club. Planned speakers include: Donna Green, President of the School District Governance Association of New Hampshire and Jane Cormier, Candidate for District 4, Executive Council. See the detailed post or NHGOP.org for more event information.
Our next meeting is THIS WEDNESDAY at Alan’s Restaurant in Boscawen at 6:00 pm. Our featured guest speakers will be Diane Bitter and Jim Kofalt from the 603 Alliance. Dr. Stewart Levenson, a candidate for CD 2, will also be introducing himself.
Committee update for the week of February 14th. Also, attached are the two previous newsletter (February 7th and January 31st).
For NH State Senator Sam Cataldo was killed in a head on car crash yesterday morning in his home town of Farmington. He was air lifted to Portsmouth Regional Hospital but his injuries were too severe and he did not survive.
For many, not least those involved in Republican politics in NH, we have lost a dear friend. See the post for details on funeral arrangements.
The Hopkinton Republicans are sponsoring a Straw Poll for Republican candidates for the 2nd Congressional District race. It will be held at the Hopkinton Town hall on Thursday, February 8th at 7PM. Come hear the candidates speak and vote for your favorite.
The Merrimack Committee is hosting the NH GOP Annual Meeting in Bow on Saturday, January 27th. We need volunteers to help sell food to benefit our committees support of candidates. See the post for more detail and for some additional fundraising dates in 2018.
After enjoying Christmas vacation, the county committee will be back at it with our monthly meeting in January, to be held on the 17th at the Bow library. See the post of more details. Also, a reminder for the State Committee members, the annual meeting is coming up the end of the month, at the Bow High School. That will be on the 27th.