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This Weekend: Join our LIVESTREAM from Radio Row

The 603 Alliance & GraniteGrok are teaming up to livestream four days of interviews and updates from the heart of the New Hampshire Primary.  We’ll be on Radio Row, camping out in the middle of the mainstream-media party.

JOIN US this weekend on the livestream at GraniteGrok.com.

We’ll be starting at 10 AM on Saturday morning and continuing through 9 PM.  On Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday we start at 9 AM and we’ll be livestreaming all day.  Guests include James O’Keefe, Jenny Beth Martin, Bill O’Brien, Brigitte Gabriel, Michael Rechtenwald, and many more.

Congratulations Chris Ager

At yesterday’s NHGOP Annual Meeting, Chris Ager won the election for RNC Committeeman, defeating Steve Duprey.  (The 603 Alliance had endorsed Ager.)  Steve Duprey showed a lot of class when he offered to step down immediately to assist Ager in transitioning to the role as quickly as possible.  Both candidates had promised to come together and work in the interests of the party.  Duprey has shown that he is prepared to deliver on that promise.

Congratulations to Chris, and thanks to Steve Duprey for his service to the GOP.

The 603 Alliance Endorses Chris Ager for RNC Committeeman

Today, the Board of the 603 Alliance released the following endorsement statement in support of Chris Ager for RNC Committeeman:

On January 25th, members of the NH State Republican Committee will elect our next RNC Committeeman. The 603 Alliance is endorsing Chris Ager as the candidate who we believe will best represent the interests of our state and uphold the principles expressed in our party platform.

For years, many of us have worked side-by-side with Chris Ager. Throughout his tenure as Chair of the Hillsborough County Committee (HCRC), Chris has demonstrated leadership initiative on multiple fronts: strong fundraising numbers, innovative ideas, and a highly energized committee that we believe will deliver positive results for the GOP ticket in 2020.

Chris has proven himself to be a strong team player who regularly invokes Ronald Reagan’s calls for unity. At the same time, he has exemplified Reagan’s comments that the GOP should be a party of “bold colors, not pale pastels”. Ager has championed free market capitalism, low taxes and spending, the 2nd Amendment, the sanctity of life, and school choice.

Incumbent Steve Duprey, in contrast, has been an active supporter of Planned Parenthood, which not only promotes practices repugnant to most GOP voters, but also spends millions in support of Democrat candidates and in opposition to Republicans. More recently, Duprey’s business has supported net-metering policies that would force New Hampshire ratepayers to pay more for electricity.

As a West Point graduate with a highly successful career at BAE Systems, Chris has what it takes to perform well in this role. Most importantly, Chris has consistently shown up when it counts.

We were disappointed to see Steve Duprey’s attendance record at meetings of the NHGOP Executive Board. Of the eighteen meetings held in 2017 and 2018, Duprey attended fewer than half.

We respect Mr. Duprey and appreciate his years of service in this role. But we also believe that fidelity to Republican principles is important, and that a proven commitment to hard work and grassroots activism distinguishes Chris Ager. For these reasons, the 603 Alliance urges our State Committee members to vote for Chris Ager to be our next New Hampshire RNC Committeeman.

603 Alliance Helps Ted Cruz Fundraisers for Bill O’Brien

On October 25th, Ted Cruz was in New England to do 2 fundraisers on behalf of Bill O’Brien, whom he has endorsed for the US Senate race against Jeanne Shaheen.  603 Alliance Board Members Fran Wendelboe and Diane Bitter put their event-management skills to good use, helping with a breakfast in Manchester, followed by a luncheon event in Boston.  Pictured with Senator Cruz are 603 Alliance Board Members Fran Wendelboe, Diane Bitter, and Jim Kofalt.

“Stand Against Socialism” Event Video Now Available

In late September the 603 Alliance hosted Trevor Loudon and E.W. Jackson for three events throughout the state.  Loudon and Jackson spoke about the extensive leftist network in America and the deep connections between the current slate of Democrat candidates and established socialist and communist organizations.  Loudon and Jackson emphasized how essential it is to our freedoms that these leftists are defeated in 2020.

Overall we had about 150 attendees across three events in Plymouth, Portsmouth, and Manchester.  Thanks to everyone who made these events a success.  Check out full video of the Manchester event on GraniteGrok.com.  We encourage you to share the video with friends and help spread the word.

Stand Against Socialism Tour: September 24, 25, 26th

E.W.Jackson & Trevor Loudon will be visiting New Hampshire in late September to host a series of presentations on the growing threat of Marxism in America.

Who is behind the socialist agenda, and what are their plans for 2020 and beyond?

Don’t miss this opportunity to question and interact with experts concerning this issue vital to the future of our state and our country.

There will be three separate events throughout the state.  (Each event will cover the same material, with Q&A and audience participation at all 3 events).

To reserve your seat, click on the RSVP link below for the event that you want to attend.

7-9 PM Tues., September 24
Plymouth Regional Senior Center
8 Depot St, Railroad Square
Plymouth, NH 03264
CLICK HERE to RSVP for PLYMOUTH NH

7-9 PM Wed., September 25
Toyota of Portsmouth
150 Greenleaf Ave,
Portsmouth, NH 03801
CLICK HERE to RSVP for PORTSMOUTH NH

7-9 PM Thur, September 26
Nackey S Loeb School of Communications
749 E Industrial Park Dr,Manchester, NH 03109
CLICK HERE to RSVP for MANCHESTER NH

MLK’s “I Have a Dream”… 59 Years Later

Today,  the 603 Alliance released the following editorial in commemoration of the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech on August 28th, 1963:

August 28 is the anniversary of one of the most important and famous speeches in American history. That date in 1963 is when Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech.

King spoke of freedom and “the magnificent words of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence”, which guaranteed “the unalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”

Above all, he spoke of “a beautiful symphony of brotherhood” where “the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together” and “little black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls as sisters and brothers.”

Most famously King declared, “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”

Now, 56 years later, King’s dream is all but forgotten by Democrats, who for decades claimed affinity to King’s ideal.

A Democratic Committee recently fired half a dozen staffers for the sole reason that they were too white. Nobody complained about the staffers’ ability to do their jobs; nobody complained about the content of their character, all they cared about was the color of their skin.

A former Democratic candidate for Congress tweeted that “White people are killing us. Whiteness is killing us.” She wrote “Make a banner about Ending Whiteness. March Against Whiteness. Rally Against Whiteness. Raise your megaphone Against Whiteness. Take to the streets Against Whiteness.

To Progressive Democrats, skin color determines everything, even how people “should” think. Congresswoman Pressley declared that “We don’t need any more brown faces that don’t want to be a brown voice. We don’t need black faces that don’t want to be a black voice.”

Across the country, college protesters, overwhelmingly leftist Democrats, are demanding “safe spaces” where white people aren’t allowed. Segregated dorms and segregated graduations even trump their call for “diversity”.

Dr. King’s dream is a cure for racism: judge people not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.

Republicans are the party that judges people by the content of their character.

Democrats are the party that judges people by their skin color.