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Bradley For NH Senate - Don't Foget to Vote on Tuesday April 21st 

Dear Friends,


It’s been a short but distinctive campaign for the 3rd District Senate Seat, and the time has now come to vote for Jeb Bradley!


Tomorrow, April 21st, is the special election to fill this vacant seat and Jeb needs you to go to the polls and cast your vote!


If you live in: Brookfield, Chatham, Conway, Eaton, Effingham, Farmington, Freedom, Madison, Middleton, Milton, Moultonborough, Ossipee, Sandwich, Tamworth, Tuftonboro, Wakefield, or Wolfeboro




If you live outside of the 3rd State Senate District, you can still help by volunteering to make calls or stand at the polls. To volunteer contact the State Republican Party at 603-225-9341.


The past several weeks have drawn a clear distinction between the two candidates. Jeb Bradley wants Concord to stop spending so much and stop taxing us so much. Why does government get to keep spending at increasing and outrageous levels when the rest of us have had to cut our personal budgets? Jeb wants the state legislature to follow the lead of New Hampshire families.


Bud Martin will support the Democratic Agenda to keep increasing state spending at dramatic levels. Bud Martin even denies the documented fact that the last budget was a 17% spending increase! We can’t have that kind of dishonesty or lack of budgetary knowledge in the Senate.


Jeb Bradley will vote against the increase in the Rooms and Meals Tax, the Gas Tax, the Cigarette Tax and the brand new Capital Gains and Death taxes that have already passed the House.


Bud Martin has changed his opinion so many times on those topics through this election, it’s impossible to assume anything but that he will support his democratic colleagues and vote for them all.


This election is critical. Vote to keep New Hampshire a livable state that fosters small business. Vote Jeb Bradley TUESDAY APRIL 21st!!!!!


Please Join us after the polls close for an Election Night Party starting at 7:00pm at Jo Green’s Garden Café, 33 Dockside St, Wolfeboro NH, 03894



NetRight Daily: Today's News from NetRight Nation 

A Nation of Economic Bozos: April is Financial Literacy Month.This year its importance is more apparent than ever as America faces an economic crisis largely caused by our collective failure -- from bankers, to legislators, to homebuyers -- to make smart financial choices.


The Revolution That Wasn't: The liberal media's longtime love affair with The Protest is undeniable. They are two peas in a very cozy, opportunistic, co-dependent pod. What good would all the marches, strikes, rallies, demonstrations, riots and walk-outs have been if there hadn't been a sympathetic reporter or television crew there to courageously document them?


Tea Parties Are Just the Beginning: Chandler Ramelli was an organizer for the Washington, D.C. Tea Party Protest. She has been a real estate agent at Coldwell Banker for 10 years and has been the author of her blog “A Not So Capitol Idea” since 2007. She never thought then she'd be standing out in the rain in the Nation's Capital leading a protest at the grassroots level.


Peter Schiff: Banking on Tarp: Economist Peter Schiff discusses why TARP is a bad program.


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Daily Grind: DHS Memo a Witch Hunt of Historic Proportions 

Editorial: DHS Memo a Witch Hunt of Historic Proportions
The American people have a right to know why the DHS is drafting political documents.


Viva La France!
Nicolas Sarkozy conveyed his irritation regarding Barack Obama's self-absorbed pop-culture injected, rock star façade and triumphal entry into Europe.


Tea Parties are Just the Beginning
The greatest fear for the politicians now is that the movement may not be possible to stop.


DHHS Announces Trainings for Electronic Application System 

Online Tool Designed to Make Applying for Assistance More Efficient


Concord, NH – The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is offering informational sessions and trainings to providers in an effort to increase access to the New Hampshire Electronic Application System (NH EASY). DHHS is offering these sessions to increase the use of this online application system with community providers across the State. NH EASY was introduced about a year ago, but use has not grown as quickly as anticipated.


NH EASY allows providers to help people apply for programs and services available through DHHS’ Division of Family Assistance (DFA) such as cash assistance, medical assistance (including Healthy Kids), Food Stamps, Child Care Assistance, and Medicare Buy-In.


“There are a number of benefits to using NH EASY,” said DFA Director Terry Smith. “Clients will be able to file applications with community partners they’re familiar with. This system will also help reduce the number of times a client would have to visit the District Office (DO), and it will help them be better prepared with verifications when they have their eligibility interview.. Filing earlier in the community and being better prepared can mean clients would receive their benefits faster.”


NH EASY is as its name suggests, easy to use. Someone seeking assistance from DHHS would file NH EASY with a community provider’s help. A community provider can be a town, health care facility, social service agency, housing agency or other community organization. A community representative would then access the application online, help the client fill it out, and then submit it electronically. The signature page would need to be faxed or mailed to the local DO. For most programs, the client would then be required to provide verification forms and participate in an interview either at the DO or over the phone in order to complete the application process.


Informational sessions and trainings on NH EASY are currently being offered to community providers in the Concord area. For more information about NH EASY training contact Barbara Farrell at 227-0313.



NEW HAMPSHIRE – On Tuesday, April 21sr Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter will tour two of New Hampshire’s leading technology companies; GT Solar and Segway. This tour will highlight the cutting edge innovations being made by New Hampshire businesses.


Tour Logistics

Stop 1


What: Congresswoman Shea-Porter tours GT Solar Headquarters


Where: GT Solar

243 Daniel Webster Highway

Merrimack, NH 03054


When: Tuesday, April 21st at 9:30 a.m.


Background: GT Solar Incorporated is an industry leader globally; providing essential technology, turnkey manufacturing and equipment solutions to the photovoltaic solar industry.


Stop 2


What: Congresswoman Shea-Porter tours Segway Headquarters


Where: Segway

14 Technology Drive

Bedford, NH 03110


When: Tuesday, April 21st at 11:00 a.m.


Background: Segway Inc. is a leader in personal, green transportation. Segway recently announced a new relationship with General Motors to develop a new generation of urban transportation vehicles.