Issues Briefing Summit — The Results


The 603 Alliance held another successful training and information session on Wednesday, August 10, 2016 in Concord, NH.

Over 50 people attended The Issues Briefing Summit which was designed to assist new state representative candidates by informing them of the legislative action last year in the House, and giving them a quick overview of issues that will keep them well-informed when they hit the campaign trail. This summit was part of an on-going program developed by the 603 Alliance to champion Constitutional principles of free people and free markets and uniting like-minded citizens in support of candidates who will further those principles. (See attached photos)

We would like to thank the following speakers for their participation:  Charlie Arlinghaus, President, Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy, Ann Marie Banfield, Cornerstone Action, Rep. Spec Bowers, Rep. Jane Cormier, Rep. Rep. JR Hoell, Jim Kofalt, 603 Alliance, Greg Moore, State Director, AFP, Sen. Andy Sanborn, Fran Wendelboe, 603 Alliance, and a representative from the Concord Police Department. Topics ranged from the New Hampshire budget, religious liberty, education, government overreach, economic freedom, voter lists, medicaid expansion, drug abuse, Second Amendment, and gaming and northern pass.

All in attendance agreed that the summit was very well-presented and extremely informative. Candidates left the event motivated by the shared knowledge that they had acquired and all looked forward to applying that knowledge on the campaign trail.

Special thanks to Diane Bitter, 603 Alliance, who was instrumental in organizing this great event, along with Jim and Fran. And, the following 603 Alliance members who took part in the event: Omer Ahern, Sandy Geisler, Chuck Lothrop, Di Lothrop, Steve MacDonald, and Sylvia Smith.

Congratulations to attendees, and many thanks to the amazing speakers. We could not have done it without you.

Submitted by Di Lothrop
Photos: Chuck Lothrop
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