Concord (April 18, 2017) – Join fellow Granite Staters on Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm in front of the NH State House at 107 N. Main Street, Concord to show your support for Rochester resident and decorated U.S. Marine Gerald (Jerry) DeLemus, and for President Donald Trump.
Jerry was arrested by FBI agents in March, 2016 and transported to Nevada on a charge in connection with the 2014 tense standoff involving Nevada cattle rancher Cliven Bundy. The Bundy ranch is located 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas. Bureau of Land Management agents confiscated Bundy’s cattle over grazing rights and the Bundy family went public with their plight against the government agency, and they gained a network of citizen supporters who flocked to Nevada from across the country to help round up the cattle back to the Bundy ranch.
Jerry remains incarcerated in Nevada without bail, without due process, and without the Constitutional right to a speedy trial. The rally is being held to bring the public’s attention to his plight.
“We believe it is an act of retribution by BLM agents,” said Jack Kimball, former NHGOP Chairman and organizer of the event. “Jerry is a decorated United States Marine who served his country with honor and distinction. He is a man of strong passions with a thirst for freedom. He is a man who cares deeply about community and this country. This is a gross miscarriage of justice for an honorable man who does not deserve this archaic treatment.”
The event is FREE and open to all. Speakers include NH State Representative John A. Burt, Former NHGOP Chairman Jack Kimball, former NH State Representative Susan DeLemus, NH State Representative Dan Itse, Karen Testerman, Omer Ahern, Patriot Pastor Garret Lear, Mike Rogers, and Skip Murphy, Granite Grok. For more information, visit www.freejerrydelemus.com or www.facebook.com/freejerrynow on Facebook.
New Hampshire’s Inaugural Gala on January 20, 2017, wasn’t just an opportunity to have a Ball in New Hampshire. It was also a fundraiser. The 603 Alliance sponsored the event as both an opportunity for Granite State Residents to share in the experience of President Trump’s Inaugural Ball in Washington D.C., and to raise money for a good cause.
The cause is Liberty House in Manchester, a safe, supportive, substance-free community for American Veterans transitioning out of homelessness.
On Friday, January 20th, the 603 Alliance hosted “New Hampshire’s Own Presidential Inaugural Gala” in Concord, NH. Jeff Chidester was our Master of Ceremonies, and music was provided by the B-Street Bombers. Attendees enjoyed food, drinks, and dancing as they watched live updates from the celebrations in Washington, DC.
Frank Edelblut has been nominated by Governor Sununu to be New Hampshire’s next Commissioner of Education. Frank is a strong proponent of good government and a staunch school choice advocate. He will provide a much-needed change and set a positive direction at the state’s Department of Education. But your help is needed to make sure his nomination is approved.
Next Tuesday is the nomination hearing, and the Executive Council is scheduled to vote on Wednesday. The unions are making an all-out push to block the approval of this nomination. If we don’t make our voices heard, Frank’s appointment to this critically important position may be at risk.
TAKE ACTION TODAY (please consider taking all of the following actions):
Call the Executive Council office at 603-271-3632 and register your SUPPORT for Frank Edelblut’s nomination as Commissioner of Education. (Many people have reported getting a “mailbox is full” message”. If this happens, please wait a while and try again.
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org simply stating that you support Frank Edleblut’s nomination. Click the email address to send an e-mail, and be sure to add your name and town of residence to the e-mail.
Contact your Executive Councilor directly. Click here to find out who your Executive Councilor is and how to contact them.
If possible, attend the hearing next Tuesday at 1 PM at the State House to show your support.
On Saturday, December 10th, friends of the Liberty House Veterans Transitional House will host a gathering of patriots to watch the annual ARMY-NAVY football game. The event will start at 2:30PM, and will take place at Murphy’s Taproom in Manchester. This 2nd annual gathering will serve as a fundraiser with all of the proceeds going to The Liberty House – which provides a safe, supportive, housing community for American veterans transitioning out of homelessness. For more information and to reserve tickets, visit Eventbrite. To make a donation directly to Liberty House, visit their donation page.