TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE: Mike Lindell Dinner + RevCon 2021 Conference

The 603 Alliance invites you to join us this summer for a gathering of like-minded grassroots activists. 

On Saturday, July 24th, we’ll be hosting an all-day conference in Manchester, NH for grassroots activists to meet each other, get to know the various organizations doing great work around our state, and learn how to be more effective activists.  

We’re calling this event RevCon 2021:  Reversing Socialism, Reviving Freedom, and Revitalizing our State.  We invite you to think of this as your event, – an opportunity to network, share your ideas, strategize, and plan for meaningful change in 2022 and beyond.

Our conference event will end at 5 PM, and will be followed by an evening dinner event, featuring keynote speaker Mike Lindell. Best known as the inventor and CEO of MyPillow, Mr. Lindell is also an author, executive producer, crusader, and genuine Patriot dedicated to preserving election integrity in the United States.

WHEN: July 24, 2021 (Saturday)
WHERE: Doubletree Hotel, Manchester NH
TIME: 9 AM- 5 PM (all-day conference), followed by Mike Lindell dinner event (5:30 PM reception, 6:30 PM dinner)


  1. All Day Conference (hot lunch included): $30 per person
  2. Dinner Event with Mike Lindell -The Pillow Guy: $75 per person
  3. COMBO (all-day conference + Mike Lindell Dinner):  $100 per person
  4. VIP TIX ARE SOLD OUT. VIP Mike Lindell Dinner + VIP Reception $125 per person

603 Alliance urges passage of HB2

There has been a great deal of debate in recent weeks about the state budget.  This is not just about spending; there are some key provisions in House Bill 2 (HB2) that we have spent years fighting for. Today, the 603 Alliance has issued the following statement in support of the budget.  We urge you to reach out to your State Representatives (click here to find out who your reps are) and urge them to vote FOR the budget on Thursday.

603 Alliance urges passage of HB2

On Thursday, members of the New Hampshire House will vote up or down on House Bill 2, the budget rider bill that contains provisions enacting school choice, restrictions on public funding of critical race theory in New Hampshire schools, a ban on late-term abortions, and meaningful tax cuts.  While the final version of the bill does not contain everything we could wish for, it undoubtedly delivers some historic wins for life, liberty, and limited government.

It is profoundly disappointing that one critically important element is missing; the budget bill lacks any meaningful reform of New Hampshire’s Emergency Orders statute. That law provides that the Governor may unilaterally declare a state of emergency, issue enforceable executive orders, and (according to a 2020 NH Superior Court ruling) can even limit or suspend Constitutional rights.  While reasonable people may disagree as to whether our current Governor went too far in exercising the powers granted to him under the Emergency Orders statute, it is indisputable that the law as currently written (and as interpreted by the NH Superior Court) presents a significant threat to liberty.

The question before us is whether or not our lack of satisfaction with regard to emergency orders ought to prevent us from accepting historic wins for life, education choice, lower taxes, and the prevention of indoctrination in our schools.  A small number of Republican legislators has the power to defeat this bill.  We agree with their goals, and we applaud legislators who take a strong stance in defense of liberty; but we ought not to let the perfect be the enemy of the good.

There is much to be gained by passing HB2.  A vote against the budget is a vote against school choice.  It’s a rejection of tax cuts, it gives ideologues a free pass to preach identity politics to our children, and it is a lost opportunity to save lives.

If HB2 fails, New Hampshire will be forced to live under a continuing resolution. That will require a two-thirds vote of the House, which will inevitably mean handing power to the Democrats. For freedom-oriented legislators, there are powerful implications in casting a “no” vote. If the budget fails, we lose everything. If it passes, we will have achieved a great deal.

For liberty-loving members of the NH House, it’s time to collect our winnings and celebrate.  While we would strongly prefer to see meaningful reforms to the Emergency Powers statute, the 603 Alliance Board of Directors supports the passage of HB2 and urges legislators to vote in favor of this budget.