Western Conservative Summit keeps growing in numbers, influence
By Valerie Richardson
The Colorado Statesman
The Western Conservative Summit keeps getting bigger, more influential and, as far as John Andrews is concerned, better.
Every year, the summit breaks its own attendance record, and this year was no exception. The three-day conservative confab, which wrapped up Sunday at the Colorado Convention Center, is expected to hit nearly 4,000 attendees when the final figures are tallied, or several hundred more than the 3,500 guests who turned out in 2014. Continue reading Western Conservative Summit keeps growing in numbers, influence→
Enthusiasm was high at the first Training Seminar of the 603 Alliance held in Concord on June 27, 2015. A packed room of interested participants gathered to hear how they could join the 603 Alliance Steering Committee to ensure their goals come to fruition. (See attached photos.)
Fran Wendelboe wrote a column in the Concord Monitor last week that has gone viral, with over 14000 online reads. In the article, she outlines the common-sense argument that gun rights are important to everyone… and that opposition to gun rights is harmful to women. Senate Bill 116, allowing concealed carry without a permit, passed the Senate along party lines, with a 14-9 vote. The House passed the bill 212 to 150. Governor Hassan has threatened a veto. Contact Governor Hassan and demand that she stand for the rights of women to defend themselves without prior government permission!
Steering committee members Diane Bitter, Jim Kofalt, Fran Wendelboe, and Mike Rogers gave the latest in the series of 603 Alliance/CBL-NH presentations to attendees of the Atlas Society Summit 2015 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Nashua, NH on Saturday, June 20, 2015.
There were plenty of great questions from the audience during the Q&A part of the 603 Alliance/CBL presentation at the Friday Morning Group in Lexington, Massachusetts on Friday, June 11, 2015. Jim Kofalt and Andrew Hemingway each gave a stirring presentation on the goals and objectives of the 603 Alliance and CBL and how the Caucus planned for October, 2015 will work. Also in attendance to answer questions from the group was Diane Bitter, and Chuck and Di Lothrop.
An interested crowd of 40 people gathered in the Levenson Room of the Portsmouth Public Library at 6:30 on Tuesday night, June 2nd, to hear about the goals and objectives of the 603 Alliance. This event was organized by the Seacoast Republican Women as an informational meeting, and attendees were mostly SRW members, although others came from neighboring areas, including some from Massachusetts. Members of the 603 Alliance Steering Committee were on hand to introduce 603 Alliance project to the membership and guests.