[Breitbart.com] A group of conservatives and libertarians in New Hampshire have come up with a plan they hope will block former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-FL) from becoming the Republican party’s nominee for President.
The idea is to hold their own presidential caucus in October and select a candidate behind whom they would all unite.
The group is called the “603 Alliance,” named after the only area code in New Hampshire. According to a report by Politico, the plan was instigated by “years of simmering discontent within the state Republican party,” as conservative, libertarian, and Tea Party activists have grown increasingly frustrated with the moderate Republicans who have won the state’s primary in recent years.
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Newsmax.com coverage of the 603 Alliance:
NH Conservatives Try for Primary Alternative to Jeb Bush
By Elliot Jager
Wednesday, 1 Apr 2015
A coalition of 30 conservative and libertarian organizations in New Hampshire, calling themselves the 603 Alliance, are trying to coalesce behind a single, non-establishment candidate well in advance of the Granite State’s first-in-the-nation primary, Politico reported.
Organizers want to head off a victory by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush or any other perceived GOP moderate.
The activists were twice dispirited by New Hampshire GOP primary outcomes: In 2012, when Mitt Romney was victorious with a 39 percent plurality; and in 2008, when John McCain won with a 38 percent plurality. Continue reading Newsmax: NH Conservatives Try for Primary Alternative to Jeb Bush