Granite State Gatherings
October 13 – Corey Lewandowski at “What’s Wrong with Washington?” Panel Discussion and Presidential Event at NHIOP at St. Anselm College in Manchester at 2:30PM. Click here for more information.
October 14 – Buddy Roemer at Amherst and Milford Grand Octoberfest Party at Milford VFW Hall at 6PM. Click here for more information.
October 14 – Ovide Lamontagne at Nashua Republican City Committee Meeting at Crowne Plaza at 6:30PM. Click here for more information.
October 15 – Cheshire County Democrats Spaghetti Dinner at Keene High School. Click here for more information.
October 16 – Rockingham County GOP Committee Octoberfest at Stone Church in New Market. Click here for more information.
October 17 – Ovide Lamontagne at Mount Washington Valley Republican Committee Meeting at the Red Fox Restaurant in Jackson at 7PM. Click here for more information.
October 17 - Plaistow Area Republican Town Committee Meeting at Plaistow Public Library at 7PM. Click here for more information.
October 18 – Wakefield Effingham Brookfield Republican Meeting at Lino’s Restaurant in Wakefield at 7PM. Click here for more information.
October 19 – Frank Guinta at Sandown Republican Committee Meeting at Sandown Town Hall at 7PM. Click here for more information.
October 24 – First Annual NHGOP Golf Tournament at Wentworth by The Sea Country Club in Rye at 10:30AM. Click here for more information.
October 24 – Merrimack County Republican Meeting at the Draft in Concord at 6PM. Click here for more information.
October 24 – Merrimack Republican Town Committee Meeting at Merrimack Town Hall at 7PM. Click here for more information.
October 28 – Ron Paul at “Backstage Pass” Breakfast hosted by Nashua Chamber at Courtyard by Marriott at 7:30AM. Click here for more information.
October 28 – Rick Perry at Cornerstone 2011 Steward of the Family Banquet at 6PM at the Radisson Hotel and Convention Center in Manchester. Click here for more information.
October 29 – NH Young GOP 1st Annual Halloween Costume and Dance Party at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester at 6PM. Click here for more information.
First, I hope you will attend the Defending the American Dream Summit in Washington, D.C. this November 4-5! I have personally attended this event, sponsored by Americans for Prosperity Foundation, for the last four years. It is a great opportunity to gather with other conservative activists and hear from leading public policy makers on the most important issues of our day. I am sure this year will be no exception.
Information on general registration can be found by clicking here.
Additionally, a bus of fellow activists from Maine will be making a stop in Portsmouth, N.H. en route to D.C. Please click here for more information on that travel option.
We want to make this trip as easy as possible for you. If you need additional information or have questions that are not answered in the links above, please feel free to email either myself or Joy King and we will be happy to help.
Secondly, a final reminder that tomorrow, October 13, I will be part of a panel discussion moderated by the Washington Post’s Jonathan Capehart entitled, “Solving our Fiscal Crisis: What’s Wrong with Washington?” at the NHIOP at St. Anselm College in Manchester from 2:30PM to 5:00PM.
The event will also include remarks from several presidential candidates including Governor Buddy Roemer and Governor Jon Huntsman.
Third, with all the presidential candidates literally and figuratively in our backyards, it can be easy to lose sight of the issues going on here in New Hampshire. Here are a couple of items you should be aware of.
The New Hampshire House Ways and Means Committee is currently reviewing HB 593, which could provide additional opportunities to lower taxes on businesses in our state.
As you have probably read, Massachusetts is very close to passing similar legislation in their state. While this issue has been raised in New Hampshire before, Massachusetts’ serious consideration places our own legislators in a position where they must carefully consider how best to implement potential revenue sources in our state. We hope the legislature will do everything possible to maintain the business friendly environment for which New Hampshire is known.
Additionally, public hearings will be held in each county next month on the subject of redistricting. This redistricting process will determine the districts for New Hampshire’s House, Executive Council, County Commissioners, and two Congressional Districts. I encourage you to attend if possible.
These two issues will have a significant impact on our state in both the short and long-term. We will continue to monitor these and other issues and keep you informed.
Finally, we appreciate your support of our efforts here in New Hampshire and hope you will consider clicking here to make a donation today.
Corey R. Lewandowski