On Wednesday, January 31st, The 603 Alliance hosted author & journalist James O’Keefe at two venues here in New Hampshire. First O’Keefe spoke to a group of College Republicans at the University of New Hampshire and introduced his new book American Pravda, which exposes the lies that the mainstream media is telling us. Later in the day, O’Keefe spoke to an audience of over 100 people in Bedford.
603 Alliance Board Member Don Ewing was recognized as a recipient of the
Norris Cotton Award at Saturday’s NH GOP Annual meeting. The Norris
Cotton Award recognizes Republican activists who make significant
volunteer contributions to the Republican Party to help elect GOP
candidates. Congratulations to Don and thanks for your efforts in
support of limited government and personal liberties.
November 9th a large crowd joined us for dinner to support New
Hampshire’s small-government legislative future through Initiative 18.
Keynote speaker Steve Bannon spoke for 45 minutes, covering a range of
issues including voter fraud, fake news, and the “Russia collusion”
The event was a rousing success. The protestors were out in force and
the event got a good deal of coverage in the national press. Thanks to
all who attended.
On Saturday, July 8th, members of the 603 Alliance were present at the annual Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers Picnic. We got an opportunity to hear from Hal Shurtleff of Camp Constitution, Representative John Burt, and CD1 Congressional Candidates Andy Sanborn & Eddie Edwards. Fran Wendelboe of the 603 Alliance took the stage to discuss “Initiative 18” – a plan for recruiting and supporting candidates for State Representative in the upcoming elections. Thanks to everyone at CNHT and the volunteers who made this event a success.
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.