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    New Hampshire Voting Recommendations for the November 6, 2012 General Election

    County by County Recommendations: Click on a county to see the recommendations
    Belknap County
    Carroll County
    Cheshire County
    Coos County
    Grafton County
    Hillsborough County
    Merrimack County
    Rockingham County
    Strafford County
    Sullivan County

    Other New Hampshire Voting Recommendations:
    State Senate Recommendations
    Election Recommendations for President, Governor, Congress and Executive Council


    Below is a list of pro-liberty candidates running the 11/6/12 election in New Hampshire.

    Pro-liberty Candidates Running in the New Hampshire November 6th General Election

    I'll list the recommendations for candidates in the races without pro-liberty candidates at some point before the election. Right now, I recommend people focus on helping the pro-liberty candidates. This list is a work in progress. Feedback is welcomed.

    The list currently has:
    168 total candidates (or 165, depending on how you look at it, as 3 candidate are running for 2 offices)
    10 candidates for State Senate
    144 candidates for State House
    14 candidate for other offices
    2 Constitutional Amendments

    New Hampshire 2012 Pro-liberty NH Senate Candidates: listed by district
    Republican Debi Warner, Senate District 1 (North Country)
    Republican Phyllis Woods, Senate District 4 (Barrington, Dover, Rollinsford, Somersworth) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Joe Osgood, Senate District 5 (Canaan, Enfield, Hanover, Lebanon, Lyme, Charlestown, Claremont, Cornish, Plainfield) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Joshua F. Youssef, Senate District 7 (Belmont, Gilford, Laconia, Andover, Boscawen, Canterbury, Franklin, Northfield, Salisbury, Webster) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed by Sen. Jim Forsythe)
    Republican Andy Sanborn, Senate District 9 (Cheshire County: Dublin, Fitzwilliam, Jaffrey, Richmond, Troy; Hillsborough County: Bedford, Greenfield, Hancock, Lyndeborough, Mont Vernon, New Boston, Peterborough, Sharon, Temple) (Endorsed by Ron Paul) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state senator) (Recommended by RLCNH) (Endorsed by Sen. Jim Forsythe)
    Libertarian Richard Kahn, Senate District 14 (Hudson, Auburn, Londonderry) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by LibertyCandidates.com)
    Republican Lydia Harman, Senate District 15 (Concord, Henniker, Hopkinton, Penacook and Warner)
    Libertarian Rich Tomasso, Senate District 16 (Manchester Wards 1, 2 & 12, Bow, Dunbarton, Hooksett, Candia) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican John Reagan, Senate District 17 (Merrimack County: Allenstown, Chichester, Epsom, Loudon, Pembroke, Pittsfield; Rockingham County: Deerfield, Northwood, Nottingham, Raymond; Strafford County: Strafford) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Phil Greazzo, Senate District 20 (Manchester Wards 3, 4, 10, 11 & Goffstown) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep)

    New Hampshire 2012 Pro-liberty NH House Candidates: listed by county and district
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    Republican Colette Worsman, Belknap 2 (Gilford, Meredith) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Robert Greemore, Belknap 2 (Gilford, Meredith) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Kevin Leandro, Belknap 2 (Gilford, Meredith) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Robert Kingsbury, Belknap 3 (Laconia Wards 1-6) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep)
    Republican Michael Sylvia, Belknap 6 (Belmont) (Endorsed by NHLA) http://www.mikesylvia.org/
    Republican Charles Fink, Belknap 6 (Belmont) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Guy Comtois, Belknap 7 (Barnstead) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep)
    Republican Jane Cormier, Belknap 8 (Alton, Barnstead, Gilmanton) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Harry Accornero, Belknap 9 (Belmont, Laconia Wards 1-6) (Endorsed by NHLA)

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    Republican Maynard F. Thomson, Carroll 3 (Albany, Freedom, Madison, Tamworth) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Mark McConkey, Carroll 3 (Albany, Freedom, Madison, Tamworth) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Christopher J. Ahlgren, Carroll 6 (Wolfeboro) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Norman Tregenza, Carroll 7 (Albany, Bartlett, Chatham, Conway, Eaton, Freedom, Hale’s Location, Hart’s Location, Jackson, Madison, Tamworth) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep) http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthr...lection-battle

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    Republican Anne Cartwright, Cheshire 2 (Alstead, Marlow, Surry) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep)
    Republican Keith Carlsen, Cheshire 6 (Keene Ward 3) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Charles Moore, Cheshire 9 (Dublin, Harrisville, Jaffrey, Roxbury) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Michael J. Walsh, Cheshire 10 (Marlborough, Troy) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Libertarian Ian Freeman, Cheshire 16 (Keene Wards 1-5) (Endorsed by NHLA) http://nh-liberty.info/candidates/ia...tate-rep-2012/

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    Republican Laurence Rappaport, Coos 1 (Atkinson, Gilmanton Academy Grant, Cambridge, Clarksville, Colebrook, Columbia, Dix’s Grant, Dixville, Errol, Erving’s Location, Millsfield, Odell, Pittsburg, Second College Gt., Stewartstown, Stratford, Wentworth’s Location) (Recommended by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep)
    Republican Eric Catman, Coos 3 (Berlin) (Recommended by RLCNH)

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    Republican Gregory Sorg, Grafton 3 (Bath, Benton, Easton, Landaff, Orford, Piermont, Warren) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Jeff Chamberlin, Grafton 7 (Campton) (Recommended by RLCNH)
    Republican Edmond D. Gionet, Grafton 5 (Lincoln, Livermore, Waterville Valley, Woodstock) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Lester W. Bradley, Grafton 6 (Ellsworth, Groton, Orange, Rumney, Thornton) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Paul Mirski, Grafton 10 (Enfield) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep)
    Republican Joe Frazier, Grafton 11 (Canaan, Dorchester, Wentworth) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Paul Ingbretson, Grafton 15 (Bath, Benton, Easton, Haverhill, Landaff, Orford, Piermont, Warren) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep)
    Republican Charles Sova, Grafton 16 (Canaan, Dorchester, Ellsworth, Groton, Orange, Rumney, Thornton, Wentworth) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)

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    Republican Holly Mecheski, Hillsborough 1 (Antrim, Hillsborough, Windsor) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Robert A. Fredette, Hillsborough 1 (Antrim, Hillsborough, Windsor) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican House Speaker William O’Brien, Hillsborough 5 (Mont Vernon, New Boston) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Bob Mead, Hillsborough 5 (Mont Vernon, New Boston) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Calvin Pratt, Hillsborough 6 (Goffstown) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican John Burt, Hillsborough 6 (Goffstown) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Richard Meaney, Hillsborough 6 (Goffstown) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican John Adam Hikel, Hillsborough 6 (Goffstown) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Ivan Beliveau, Hillsborough 6 (Goffstown)
    Republican Keith Murphy, Hillsborough 7 (Bedford) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep)
    Republican Kelleigh Murphy, Hillsborough 7 (Bedford) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Moe Villeneuve, Hillsborough 7 (Bedford) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Omer Beaudoin, Hillsborough 8 (Manchester Ward 1) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican J. Michael Ball, Hillsborough 9 (Manchester Ward 2) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/hous...?member=376902
    Republican Dan Garthwaite, Hillsborough 12 (Manchester Ward 5) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) https://www.facebook.com/BigNameSmallGovernment
    Republican Steve Vaillancourt, Hillsborough 15 (Manchester Ward 8) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep)
    Libertarian Stephen Stefanik, Hillsborough 16 (Manchester Ward 9)
    Republican Tammy Simmons, Hillsborough 17 (Manchester Ward 10) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep) http://campaignmail.chipin.com/re-elect-tammy-simmons
    Democrat Joel Winters, Hillsborough 18 (Manchester Ward 11)
    Republican Emily Sandblade, Hillsborough 18 (Manchester Ward 11) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) https://www.facebook.com/EmilySandbl...Representative
    Republican Joshua Holmes, Hillsborough 18 (Manchester Ward 11) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Jeanine Notter, Hillsborough 21 (Merrimack) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Lenette Peterson, Hillsborough 21 (Merrimack) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Phil Straight, Hillsborough 21 (Merrimack) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Peter T. Hansen, Hillsborough 22 (Amherst) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Stephen Palmer, Hillsborough 23 (Milford) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Robert F. Willette, Hillsborough 23 (Milford) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Bruce Marcus, Hillsborough 24 (Peterborough) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Carl Seidel, Hillsborough 28 (Nashua Ward 1) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Kevin Avard, Hillsborough 28 (Nashua Ward 1) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) https://www.facebook.com/kevinavard
    Republican Donald McClarren, Hillsborough 29 (Nashua Ward 2) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Michael A. Balboni, Hillsborough 29 (Nashua Ward 2) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Doris Hohensee, Hillsborough 30 (Nashua Ward 3) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) https://www.facebook.com/pages/Doris...10860422343387
    Republican David Schoneman, Hillsborough 30 (Nashua Ward 3) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Lisa Scontsas, Hillsborough 30 (Nashua Ward 3) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep)
    Republican James Summers, Hillsborough 32 (Nashua Ward 5) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican David Murotake, Hillsborough 32 (Nashua Ward 5) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Greg Surbey, Hillsborough 33 (Nashua Ward 6) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) http://gregsurbey.com/
    Republican Edith Hogan, Hillsborough 34 (Nashua Ward 7) (Recommended by RLCNH)
    Republican Bill Ohm, Hillsborough 36 (Nashua Ward 9) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Lars T. Christiansen, Hillsborough 37 (Hudson, Pelham) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Russell T. Ober III, Hillsborough 37 (Hudson, Pelham) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Lynne Ober, Hillsborough 37 (Hudson, Pelham) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Jordan Ulery, Hillsborough 37 (Hudson, Pelham) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Frank Edelblut, Hillsborough 38 (Antrim, Bennington, Francestown, Greenfield, Greenville, Hancock, Hillsborough, Lyndeborough, Wilton, Windsor) (Endorsed by NHLA) https://www.facebook.com/pages/Frank...60220367343083
    Republican Mark Warden, Hillsborough 39 (Deering, Goffstown, Weare) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep) http://www.markwarden.com/
    Libertarian Lisa Wilber, Hillsborough 39 (Deering, Goffstown, Weare)
    Republican Gary Daniels, Hillsborough 40 (Hollis, Milford, Mont Vernon, New Boston) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Laurie Sanborn, Hillsborough 41 (Amherst, Bedford) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Recommended by RLCNH) http://laurie4nh.com/
    Republican Kathleen Souza, Hillsborough 43 (Manchester Wards 4, 5, 6 & 7) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep)
    Republican Roy Shoults, Hillsborough 43 (Manchester Wards 4, 5, 6 & 7)
    Republican George Lambert, Hillsborough 44 (Litchfield, Manchester Wards 8 & 9) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep)
    Republican Matthew Swank, Hillsborough 45 (Manchester Wards 10, 11 & 12) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)

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    Republican Jennifer Coffey, Merrimack 1 (Andover, Danbury, Salisbury) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep) (Endorsed by LibertyCandidates.com) http://www.jenncoffey.com
    Republican Gregory Hill, Merrimack 3 (Franklin Ward 3 & Northfield) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Steve Winter Merrimack 5 (New London, Newbury) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Susan Olsen, Merrimack 7 (Warner, Webster) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) http://olsen4nh.com/
    Republican Kenneth Kreis, Merrimack 9 (Canterbury, Loudon) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Debra Johnson, Merrimack 10 (Concord Ward 5 & Hopkinton)
    Republican Chris Wood, Merrimack 17 (Concord Ward 8)
    Republican Brandon D. Ross, Merrimack 20 (Chichester, Pembroke) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican J. Brandon Giuda, Merrimack 20 (Chichester, Pembroke) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican G. Brian Seaworth, Merrimack 20 (Chichester, Pembroke) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed GJ while serving as a state rep) http://www.brianseaworth.org/
    Republican Dan McGuire, Merrimack 21 (Epsom, Pittsfield) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Gerard A. LeDuc, Merrimack 21 (Epsom, Pittsfield) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican J.R. Hoell, Merrimack 23 (Bow, Dunbarton) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep) http://www.jrhoell.com/
    Republican Frank R. Kotowski Merrimack 24 (Hooksett) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Frank A. Cummings Merrimack (Andover, Danbury, Salisbury, Warner, Webster) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Ron Noyes, Merrimack 27 (Concord Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7) (Endorsed by RLCNH) http://www.noyesfornh.com/
    Republican Carol McGuire, Merrimack 29 (Allenstown, Epsom, Pittsfield) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)

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    Republican Kyle Tasker, Rockingham 2 (Candia, Deerfield, Nottingham) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed GJ)
    Republican Joe Duarte, Rockingham 2 (Candia, Deerfield, Nottingham) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Kathleen M. Hoelzel Rockingham 3 (Raymond) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Stella Tremblay, Rockingham 4 (Auburn, Chester, Sandown) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Alfred Baldasaro, Rockingham 5 (Londonderry) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Daniel Tamburello, Rockingham 5 (Londonderry) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Kevin Reichard, Rockingham 6 (Derry) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Recommended by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep)
    Republican Walter Kolodziej, Rockingham 7 (Windham) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Charles E. McMahon, Rockingham 7 (Windham) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Bianca Garcia, Rockingham 8 (Salem) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Jason P. Antosz, Rockingham 9 (Epping) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Daniel Itse, Rockingham 10 (Fremont) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Kenneth L. Weyler Rockingham 13 (Hampstead, Kingston) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Joshua Davenport, Rockingham 17 (Newfields, Newmarket) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Adam Schroadter, Rockingham 17 (Newfields, Newmarket) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Brian Griset, Rockingham 18 (Exeter) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Christopher Suprock, Rockingham 18 (Exeter) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Tracy Emerick, Rockingham 21 (Hampton) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Kenneth Sheffert, Rockingham 21 (Hampton) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Frederick C. Rice, Rockingham 21 (Hampton) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Pamela Tucker, Rockingham 23 (Greenland, Newington) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Will Smith Rockingham 24 (New Castle, Rye) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Kevin J. Kervick, Rockingham 30 (Portsmouth Wards 1, 2, 4 & 5) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Robert Boyle, Rockingham 31 (Greenland, Newington, North Hampton, Portsmouth Ward 3) (Endorsed by the NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed by Sen. Jim Forsythe) http://robertboyle.com/
    Republican Donald Gorman, Rockingham 32 (Candia, Deerfield, Northwood, Nottingham) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Timothy Comerford, Rockingham 33 (Fremont, Brentwood, Danville) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep)
    Republican Robert D. Goodman, Rockingham 36 (Exeter, Newfields, Newmarket, Stratham) (Endorsed by RLCNH)

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    Republican Robbie Parsons, Strafford 1 (Middleton, Milton) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Antonio Luciani, Strafford 2 (Farmington) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Joseph Pitre, Strafford 2 (Farmington) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Kurt Wuelper, Strafford 3 (New Durham, Strafford) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican William O’Connor, Strafford 4 (Barrington) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Devon Boyd, Strafford 4 (Barrington) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Libertarian Aidan Ankarberg, Strafford 5 (Lee)
    Republican Warren Groen, Strafford 10 (Rochester Ward 3) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Susan DeLemus, Strafford 11 (Rochester Ward 4) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican David K. Martin, Strafford 16 (Dover Ward 4) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Frederick Leonard, Strafford 22 (Rochester Wards 1 & 6) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep)
    Republican Clifford Newton, Strafford 23 (Rochester Wards 2 & 3) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Laura Jones, Strafford 24 (Rochester Wards 4 & 5) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) (Endorsed Ron Paul while serving as a state rep) http://jones4staterep.com/
    Republican Len Turcotte, Strafford 25 (Barrington & Lee) (Endorsed by RLCNH)

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    Republican Bill Walker, Sullivan 1 (Cornish, Grantham, Plainfield, Springfield) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH) https://www.facebook.com/BillWalkerF...Representative
    Republican Spec Bowers, Sullivan 2 (Croydon, Sunapee) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Thomas W. Laware Sullivan 8 (Charlestown) (Endorsed by NHLA)
    Republican Thomas Howard, Sullivan 9 (Cornish, Croydon, Grantham, Newport, Plainfield, Springfield, Sunapee, Unity) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)
    Republican Steven Smith, Sullivan 11 (Acworth, Charlestown, Goshen, Langdon, Lempster, Washington) (Endorsed by NHLA) (Endorsed by RLCNH)

    New Hampshire 2012 Pro-liberty NH Candidates for Executive Council:
    Libertarian Michael Baldasarre (District 3)
    Libertarian Ken Blevens (District 4)
    Republican Robert Burns (District 4) (Endorsed by RLCNH) http://burnsfornh.com/

    New Hampshire 2012 Pro-liberty NH Candidates for Other Offices.
    President:
    Libertarian Gary Johnson http://www.garyjohnson2012.com/

    Governor:
    Libertarian John Babiarz http://www.johnbabiarz.com/

    US Congress:
    Libertarian Brendan Kelly (District 1) http://www.brendankellylpnh.com/
    Libertarian Hardy Macia (District 2) http://www.HardyMacia.com

    County Attorney:
    Libertarian Albert "Max" Abramson (Rockingham County) https://www.facebook.com/pages/Max-A...12977132119152

    County Sheriff:
    Independent Joshua Dickey (Grafton County) https://www.facebook.com/pages/Joshu...51262471574640

    County Commissioner:
    Libertarian James Parker (Hillsborough 3)

    Register of Deeds:
    Libertarian Darryl W. Perry (Cheshire County) (Endorsed by LibertyCandidates.com) http://nh-liberty.info/candidates/darryl-w-perry/

    Register of Probate:
    Write-in candidate Darryl W. Perry (Cheshire County)

    City Aldermen:
    Emily Sandblade (Manchester Ward 11) (non partisan election but Republican)

    Manchester Charter Commission:
    Tammy Simmons (non partisan election but Republican) https://www.facebook.com/TammySimmon...rterCommission

    Constitutional Ballot Questions: NH Government voters guide for the 3 ballot questions
    1. “Are you in favor of amending the second part of the constitution by inserting after article 5-b a new article to read as follows: [Art.] 5-c. [Income Tax Prohibited.] Notwithstanding any general or special provision of this constitution, the general court shall not have the power or authority to impose and levy any assessment, rate, or tax upon income earned by any natural person; however, nothing in this Article shall be construed to prohibit any tax in effect January 1, 2012, or adjustment to the rate of such a tax.” (Passed by the N.H. House 256 Yes 110 No; Passed by State Senate 19 Yes 4 No) CACR 13 Like Question 1 on Facebook

    2. “Are you in favor of amending article 73-a of the second part of the constitution to read as follows: [Art.] 73-a [Supreme Court, Administration.] The chief justice of the supreme court shall be the administrative head of all the courts. The chief justice shall, with the concurrence of a majority of the supreme court justices, make rules governing the administration of all courts in the state and the practice and procedure to be followed in all such courts. The rules so promulgated shall have the force and effect of law. The legislature shall have a concurrent power to regulate the same matters by statute. In the event of a conflict between a statute and a court rule, the statute, if not otherwise contrary to this constitution, shall prevail over the rule.” (Passed by the N.H. House 242 Yes 96 No; Passed by State Senate 19 Yes 5 No) CACR 26 Like Question 2 on Facebook



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    The RLCNH has already released 3 rounds of endorsed candidates.

    Round 1
    http://rlcnh.org/press-releases/repu...n-first-round/

    RLCNH First Round Candidate Endorsements 2012

    Endorsed State Senate Candidates
    Cynthia Coolidge Howard, Senate District 5 (Canaan, Enfield, Hanover, Lebanon, Lyme, Charlestown, Claremont, Cornish, Plainfield)
    Phyllis Woods, Senate District 4 (Barrington, Dover, Rollinsford, Somersworth)
    Joshua F. Youssef, Senate District 7 (Belmont, Gilford, Laconia, Andover, Boscawen, Canterbury, Franklin, Northfield, Salisbury, Webster)

    Endorsed State Representative Candidates
    Omer Beaudoin, Hillsborough 8 (Manchester Ward 1)
    Robert Boyle, Rockingham 31 (Greenland, Newington, North Hampton, Portsmouth Ward 3)
    Kenneth A. Deshaies, Belknap 3 (Laconia Wards 1-6)
    Tracy Emerick, Rockingham 21 (Hampton)
    Joe Frazier, Grafton 11 (Canaan, Dorchester, Wentworth)
    Doris Hohensee, Hillsborough 30 (Nashua Ward 3)
    Robert Hull, Grafton 9 (Alexandria, Ashland, Bridgewater, Bristol, Enfield, Grafton)
    Kevin Leandro, Belknap 2 (Gilford, Meredith)
    Antonio Luciani, Strafford 2 (Farmington)
    Richard Meaney, Hillsborough 6 (Goffstown)
    Susan Olsen, Merrimack 7 (Warner, Webster)
    Brandon D. Ross, Merrimack 20 (Chichester, Pembroke)
    Kyle Scofield, Rockingham 3 (Raymond)
    Steven Smith, Sullivan 11 (Acworth, Charlestown, Goshen, Langdon, Lempster, Washington)
    Christopher Suprock, Rockingham 18 (Exeter)
    Greg Surbey, Hillsborough 33 (Nashua Ward 6)
    Bill Walker, Sullivan 1 (Cornish, Grantham, Plainfield, Springfield)
    Kurt Wuelper, Strafford 3 (New Durham, Strafford)
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    RLCNH SECOND ROUND CANDIDATE ENDORSEMENTS
    http://rlcnh.org/press-releases/rlcn...se-incumbents/

    All of these candidates are currently elected as either a state rep or state senator. They were endorsed by the RLCNH because of their pro-liberty voting record.

    Endorsed Second Round State Senate Candidates
    Phil Greazzo, Senate District 20 (Manchester Wards 3, 4, 10, 11 & Goffstown)
    John Reagan, Senate District 17 (Merrimack County: Allenstown, Chichester, Epsom, Loudon, Pembroke, Pittsfield; Rockingham County: Deerfield, Northwood, Nottingham, Raymond; Strafford County: Strafford)

    Endorsed Second Round State Representative Candidates
    Kevin Avard, Hillsborough 28 (Nashua Ward 1)
    Alfred Baldasaro, Rockingham 5 (Londonderry)
    J. Michael Ball, Hillsborough 9 (Manchester Ward 2)
    Spec Bowers, Sullivan 2 (Croydon, Sunapee)
    John Burt, Hillsborough 6 (Goffstown)
    Anne Cartwright, Cheshire 2 (Alstead, Marlow, Surry)
    Jennifer Coffey, Merrimack 1 (Andover, Danbury, Salisbury)
    Timothy Comerford, Rockingham 33 (Fremont, Brentwood, Danville)
    Guy Comtois, Belknap 7 (Barnstead)
    Gary Daniels, Hillsborough 40 (Hollis, Milford, Mont Vernon, New Boston)
    Joshua Davenport, Rockingham 17 (Newfields, Newmarket)
    Susan DeLemus, Strafford 11 (Rochester Ward 4)
    J. Brandon Giuda, Merrimack 20 (Chichester, Pembroke)
    Robert Greemore, Belknap 2 (Gilford, Meredith)
    Warren Groen, Strafford 10 (Rochester Ward 3)
    Gregory Hill, Merrimack 3 (Franklin Ward 3 & Northfield)
    J.R. Hoell, Merrimack 23 (Bow, Dunbarton)
    Thomas Howard, Sullivan 9 (Cornish, Croydon, Grantham, Newport, Plainfield, Springfield, Sunapee, Unity)
    Paul Ingbretson, Grafton 15 (Bath, Benton, Easton, Haverhill, Landaff, Orford, Piermont, Warren)
    Daniel Itse, Rockingham 10 (Fremont)
    Laura Jones, Strafford 24 (Rochester Wards 4 & 5)
    Robert Kingsbury, Belknap 3 (Laconia Wards 1-6)
    Walter Kolodziej, Rockingham 7 (Windham)
    Kenneth Kreis, Merrimack 9 (Canterbury, Loudon)
    George Lambert, Hillsborough 44 (Litchfield, Manchester Wards 8 & 9)
    Kirsten Larsen Schultz, Strafford 21 (Dover Wards 5 & 6, Rollinsford, Somersworth Wards 1-5)
    Frederick Leonard, Strafford 22 (Rochester Wards 1 & 6)
    Jonathan Maltz, Hillsborough 37 (Hudson, Pelham)
    Bruce Marcus, Hillsborough 24 (Peterborough)
    Carol McGuire, Merrimack 29 (Allenstown, Epsom, Pittsfield)
    Dan McGuire, Merrimack 21 (Epsom, Pittsfield)
    Holly Mecheski, Hillsborough 1 (Antrim, Hillsborough, Windsor)
    Paul Mirski, Grafton 10 (Enfield)
    Charles Moore, Cheshire 9 (Dublin, Harrisville, Jaffrey, Roxbury)
    Keith Murphy, Hillsborough 7 (Bedford)
    Clifford Newton, Strafford 23 (Rochester Wards 2 & 3)
    Jeanine Notter, Hillsborough 21 (Merrimack)
    House Speaker William O’Brien, Hillsborough 5 (Mont Vernon, New Boston)
    William O’Connor, Strafford 4 (Barrington)
    Stephen Palmer, Hillsborough 23 (Milford)
    Lenette Peterson, Hillsborough 21 (Merrimack)
    Joseph Pitre, Strafford 2 (Farmington)
    Calvin Pratt, Hillsborough 6 (Goffstown)
    Glenn Ritter, Rockingham 16 (East Kingston, Kensington, South Hampton)
    Adam Schroadter, Rockingham 17 (Newfields, Newmarket)
    G. Brian Seaworth, Merrimack 20 (Chichester, Pembroke)
    Carl Seidel, Hillsborough 28 (Nashua Ward 1)
    Tammy Simmons, Hillsborough 17 (Manchester Ward 10)
    Steven Smith, Sullivan 11 (Acworth, Charlestown, Goshen, Langdon, Lempster, Washington)
    Gregory Sorg, Grafton 3 (Bath, Benton, Easton, Landaff, Orford, Piermont, Warren)
    Kathleen Souza, Hillsborough 43 (Manchester Wards 4, 5, 6 & 7)
    Charles Sova, Grafton 16 (Canaan, Dorchester, Ellsworth, Groton, Orange, Rumney, Thornton, Wentworth)
    James Summers, Hillsborough 32 (Nashua Ward 5)
    Matthew Swank, Hillsborough 45 (Manchester Wards 10, 11 & 12)
    Daniel Tamburello, Rockingham 5 (Londonderry)
    Kyle Tasker, Rockingham 2 (Candia, Deerfield, Nottingham)
    Norman Tregenza, Carroll 7 (Albany, Bartlett, Chatham, Conway, Eaton, Freedom, Hale’s Location, Hart’s Location, Jackson, Madison, Tamworth)
    Stella Tremblay, Rockingham 4 (Auburn, Chester, Sandown)
    Moe Villeneuve, Hillsborough 7 (Bedford)
    Mark Warden, Hillsborough 39 (Deering, Goffstown, Weare)
    Colette Worsman, Belknap 2 (Gilford, Meredith)
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    The RLCNH came out the a third round of endorsements today.

    http://rlcnh.org/press-releases/focu...of-candidates/

    Endorsed Executive Councilor Candidate
    Robert Burns, Executive Council District 4

    Endorsed State Senate Candidate
    Dennis Acton, Senate District 23 (Brentwood, Chester, Danville, East Kingston, Epping, Exeter, Fremont, Kingston, Sandown)

    Endorsed State Representative Candidates
    Keith Carlsen, Cheshire 6 (Keene Ward 3)
    Jacqueline Casey, Hillsborough 34 (Nashua Ward 7)
    Donald J. Frye, Hillsborough 16 (Manchester Ward 9)
    Bianca Garcia, Rockingham 8 (Salem)
    Dan Garthwaite, Hillsborough 12 (Manchester Ward 5)
    Shuvom Ghose, Hillsborough 11 (Manchester Ward 4)
    Robert D. Goodman, Rockingham 36 (Exeter, Newfields, Newmarket, Stratham)
    Donald Gorman, Rockingham 32 (Candia, Deerfield, Northwood, Nottingham)
    Brian Griset, Rockingham 18 (Exeter)
    Elijah Haykinson, Hillsborough 7 (Bedford)
    Kevin J. Kervick, Rockingham 30 (Portsmouth Wards 1, 2, 4 & 5)
    Gerard A. LeDuc, Merrimack 21 (Epsom, Pittsfield)
    David Murotake, Hillsborough 32 (Nashua Ward 5)
    Kelleigh Murphy, Hillsborough 7 (Bedford)
    Ron Noyes, Merrimack 27 (Concord Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7)
    Eric Rolfs, Hillsborough 37 (Hudson, Pelham)
    Emily Sandblade, Hillsborough 18 (Manchester Ward 11)
    David Schoneman, Hillsborough 22 (Nashua Ward 3)
    Phil Straight, Hillsborough 21 (Merrimack)
    Len Turcotte, Strafford 25 (Barrington & Lee)
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    List of senators and reps who endorsed RP or GJ and are running for reelection:
    State Senator Andy Sanborn

    State Representative Anne Cartwright
    State Representative Jenn Coffey
    State Representative Tim Comerford
    State Representative Guy Comtois
    State Representative Phil Greazzo (candidate for senate)
    State Representative J.R. Hoell
    State Representative Paul Ingbretson
    State Representative Laura Jones
    State Representative Robert Kingsbury
    State Representative George Lambert
    State Representative Fred Leonard
    State Representative Robert Malone
    State Representative Jonathan Maltz
    State Representative Donna Mauro
    State Representative Paul Mirski
    State Representative Keith Murphy
    State Representative Laurence Rappaport
    State Representative Kevin Reichard
    State Representative Brian Seaworth
    State Representative Lisa Scontsas
    State Representative Tammy Simmons
    State Representative Kathleen Souza
    State Representative Kyle Tasker
    State Representative Norman Tregenza
    State Representative Steve Vaillancourt
    State Representative Mark Warden


    Below are the lists of NH state senators and state reps who endorsed Ron Paul or GJ.

    NH State Senators and State Reps who endorsed Ron Paul:
    State Senator Jim Forsythe
    State Senator Andy Sanborn
    State Senator Ray White

    State Representative Anne Cartwright
    State Representative Jenn Coffey
    State Representative Seth Cohn
    State Representative Tim Comerford
    State Representative Guy Comtois
    State Representative Cameron DeJong
    State Representative Phil Greazzo
    State Representative J.R. Hoell
    State Representative Paul Ingbretson
    State Representative Kyle Jones
    State Representative Laura Jones
    State Representative Robert Kingsbury
    State Representative George Lambert
    State Representative Fred Leonard
    State Representative Robert Malone
    State Representative Jonathan Maltz
    State Representative Andrew Manuse
    State Representative Donna Mauro
    State Representative Paul Mirski
    State Representative Keith Murphy
    State Representative Laurence Rappaport
    State Representative Kevin Reichard
    State Representative Lisa Scontsas
    State Representative Tammy Simmons
    State Representative Kathleen Souza
    State Representative Norman Tregenza
    State Representative Steve Vaillancourt
    State Representative Mark Warden

    NH State Reps who endorsed GJ (something which didn't happen in any other state):
    State Representative Kyle Tasker
    State Representative Brian Seaworth
    State Representative Bruce MacMahon
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    List of candidates endorsed by the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance for the NH Primary: http://www.nhliberty.org/node/366

    OFFICIAL NHLA ENDORSED CANDIDATE LIST---- PRE-PRIMARY
    STATE REPRESENTATIVE

    BELKNAP COUNTY
    Colette Worsman (R) I District 2 (Gilford, Meredith)
    Robert Greemore, Jr. (R) I District 2 (Gilford, Meredith)
    Kenneth A. Deshaies (R) District 3 (Laconia Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6)
    Robert P. Kingsbury (R) I District 3 (Laconia Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6)
    Elaine B. Swinford (R) I District 7 (Barnstead)
    Guy Comtois (R) I District 7 (Barnstead)
    Harry Accornero (R) I District 9 (FL) (Belmont, Laconia Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6)

    CARROLL COUNTY
    Frank McCarthy (R) I District 2 (Chatham, Conway, Eaton, Hale's Location)
    Mark McConkey (R) I District 3 (Albany, Freedom, Madison, Tamworth)
    Maynard F. Thomson (R) District 3 (Albany, Freedom, Madison, Tamworth)
    Harry C. Merrow (R) I District 5 ( Brookfield, Effingham, Ossipee, Wakefield)
    Christopher J. Ahlgren (R) I District 6 (Wolfeboro)
    Norman A. Tregenza (R) I District 7 (FL) (Albany, Bartlett, Chatham, Conway, Eaton, Freedom, Hale's Location, Hart's Location, Jackson, Madison, Tamworth)

    CHESIRE COUNTY
    Anne S. Cartwright (R) I District 2 (Alstead, Marlow, Surry)
    Keith Carlsen (R) District 6 (Keene Ward 3)
    Charlie Moore (R) I District 9 (Dublin, Harrisville, Jaffrey, Roxbury)
    Adam M. Hopkins (R) District 10 (Marlborough, Troy)
    Michael J. Walsh (R) District 10 (Marlborough, Troy)
    John B. Hunt (R) I District 11 (Fitzwilliam, Rindge)
    Franklin W. Sterling, Jr. (R) I District 14 (FL) (Dublin, Fitzwilliam, Harrisville, Jaffrey, Rindge, Roxbury)
    Ian Freeman (L) District 16 (FL) (Keene Wards 1, 2, 3, 4,& 5)

    COOS COUNTY
    Duffy Daugherty (R) I District 1 (Atkinson and Gilmanton Academy Grant, Cambridge, Clarksville, Colebrook, Columbia, Dix's Grant, Dixville, Errol, Erving's Location, Millsfield, Odell, Pittsburg, Second College Gt., Stewartstown, Stratford, Wentworth's Location
    Laurence M. Rappaport (R) I District 1 (Atkinson and Gilmanton Academy Grant, Cambridge, Clarksville, Colebrook, Columbia, Dix's Grant, Dixville, Errol, Erving's Location, Millsfield, Odell, Pittsburg, Second College Gt., Stewartstown, Stratford, Wentworth's Location)

    GRAFTON COUNTY
    Gregory M. Sorg (R) I District 3 (Bath, Benton, Easton, Landaff, Orford, Piermont, Warren)
    Edmond D. Gionet (R) I District 5 (Lincoln, Livermore, Waterville Valley, Woodstock)
    Lester W. Bradley (R) I District 6 (Ellsworth, Groton, Orange, Rumney, Thornton)
    Jeremy J. Olson (D) District 9 (Alexandria, Ashland, Bridgewater, Bristol, Grafton)
    Paul Mirski (R) I District 10 (Enfield)
    Paul Ingbretson (R) I District 15 (FL) (Bath, Benton, Easton, Haverhill, Landaff, Orford, Piermont, Warren)
    Charles E. Sova (R) I District 16 (FL) (Canaan, Dorchester, Ellsworth, Groton, Orange, Rumney, Thornton, Wentworth)
    Paul H. Simard (R) I District 17 (FL) (Alexandria, Ashland, Bridgewater, Bristol, Enfield, Grafton)

    HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
    Holly L. Mecheski (R) I District 1 (Antrim, Hillsborough, Windsor)
    Robert A. Fredette (R) I District 1 (Antrim, Hillsborough, Windsor)
    Daniel A. Donovan (R) I District 2 ( Deering, Weare)
    Gary S. Hopper (R) I District 2 ( Deering, Weare)
    Bob Mead (R) District 5 (Mont Vernon, New Boston)
    John Adam Hikel (R) I District 6 (Goffstown)
    Calvin D. Pratt (R) I District 6 (Goffstown)
    John A. Burt (R) I District 6 (Goffstown)
    Richard Meaney (R) District 6 (Goffstown)
    Moe Villeneuve (R) I District 7 (Bedford)
    Keith Murphy (R) I District 7 (Bedford)
    Kelleigh Domaingue Murphy (R) District 7 (Bedford)
    Christopher Richards (R) District 7 (Bedford)
    Mike Ball (R) I District 9 (Manchester Ward 2)
    Shuvom Ghose (R) District 11 (Manchester Ward 4)
    Daniel Garthwaite (R) District 12 (Manchester Ward 5)
    Larry G. Gagne (R) I District 13 (Manchester Ward 6)
    Steve Vaillancourt (R) I District 15 (Manchester Ward 8)
    Tammy Simmons (R) I District 17 (Manchester Ward 10)
    Emily Sandblade (R) District 18 (Manchester Ward 11)
    Joshua Holmes (R) District 18 (Manchester Ward 11)
    Richard Barry (R) I District 21 (Merrimack)
    Jeanine Notter (R) I District 21 (Merrimack)
    Lenette M. Peterson (R) I District 21 (Merrimack)
    Peter T. Hansen (R) I District 22 (Amherst)
    Stephen B. Stepanek (R) I District 22 (Amherst)
    Robert F. Willette (R) I District 23 (Milford)
    Stephen J. Palmer (R) I District 23 (Milford)
    Bruce Marcus (R) District 24 (Peterborough)
    Jim Parison (R) I District 25 (New Ipswich, Sharon, Temple)
    Sean M. McGuinness (R) I District 28 (Nashua Ward 1)
    Carl W. Seidel (R) I District 28 (Nashua Ward 1)
    Kevin A. Avard (R) I District 28 (Nashua Ward 1)
    Donald B. McClarren (R) I District 29 (Nashua Ward 2)
    Michael A. Balboni (R) I District 29 (Nashua Ward 2)
    Doris Hohensee (R) District 30 (Nashua Ward 3)
    James Summers (R) I District 32 (Nashua Ward 5)
    David Murotake (R) District 32 (Nashua Ward 5)
    Greg Surbey (R) District 33 (Nashua Ward 6)
    Duane Erickson (R) District 34 (Nashua Ward 7)
    Timothy Twombly (R) I District 34 (Nashua Ward 7)
    Jacqueline Casey (R) District 34 (Nashua Ward 7)
    Peter Silva (R) I District 35 (Nashua Ward 8)
    Bill Ohm (R) I District 36 (Nashua Ward 9)
    Andy Renzullo (R) I District 37 (Hudson, Pelham)
    Lars T. Christiansen (R) District 37 (Hudson, Pelham)
    Lynne Ober (R) I District 37 (Hudson, Pelham)
    Russell T. Ober III (R) I District 37 (Hudson, Pelham)
    Jonathan S. Maltz (R) I District 37 (Hudson, Pelham)
    Jordan Ulery (R) I District 37 (Hudson, Pelham)
    Frank Edelblut (R) District 38 (FL) (Antrim, Bennington, Francestown, Greenfield, Greenville, Hancock, Hillsborough, Lyndeborough, Wilton, Windsor)
    Mark Warden (R) I District 39 (FL) (Deering, Goffstown, Weare)
    Gary Daniels (R) I District 40 (FL) (Hollis, Milford, Mont Vernon, New Boston)
    Laurie Sanborn (R) District 41 (FL) (Amherst, Bedford)
    George Lambert (R) I District 44 (FL) (Litchfield, Manchester Ward 8, & 9)
    Jerry E. Bergevin (R) I District 45 (FL) (Manchester Wards 10, 11, & 12)
    Matthew J. Swank (R) I District 45 (FL) (Manchester Wards 10, 11, & 12)

    MERRIMACK COUNTY
    Jenn Coffey (R) I District 1 (Andover, Danbury, Salisbury)
    Gregory Hill (R) I District 3 (Franklin Ward 3, Northfield)
    Steve Winter (R) I District 5 (New London, Newbury)
    Harold F. French (R) District 7 (Warner, Webster)
    Susan Olsen (R) District 7 (Warner, Webster)
    Kenneth Kreis, Sr. (R) I District 9 (Canterbury, Loudon)
    Brandon D. Ross (R) District 20 (Chichester, Pembroke)
    Brian Seaworth (R) I District 20 (Chichester, Pembroke)
    J. Brandon Giuda (R) I District 20 (Chichester, Pembroke)
    Tony F. Soltani (R) I District 21 (Epsom, Pittsfield)
    Dan McGuire (R) I District 21 (Epsom, Pittsfield)
    JR Hoell (R) I District 23 (Bow, Dunbarton)
    Dick Marple (R) District 24 (Hooksett)
    Frank R. Kotowski (R) I District 24 (Hooksett)
    Frank A. Cummings (R) District 25 (FL) (Andover, Danbury, Salisbury, Warner, Webster)
    Carol McGuire (R) I District 29 (FL) (Allenstown, Epsom, Pittsfield)

    ROCKINGHAM COUNTY
    Joe Duarte (R) I District 2 (Candia, Deerfield, Nottingham)
    Kyle Tasker (R) I District 2 (Candia, Deerfield, Nottingham)
    Kathleen M. Hoelzel (R) I District 3 (Raymond)
    Stella Tremblay (R) I Hoell District 4 (Auburn, Chester, Sandown)
    Al Baldasaro (R) District 5 (Londonderry)
    Frank V. Sapareto (R) I District 6 (Derry)
    John T. O'Connor (R) I District 6 (Derry)
    Kevin E. Reichard (R) I District 6 (Derry)
    Robert Fesh (R) I District 6 (Derry)
    Charles E. McMahon (R) I District 7 (Windham)
    Donna Mauro (R) I District 7 (Windham)
    Kevin Waterhouse (R) I District 7 (Windham)
    Mary E. Griffin (R) I District 7 (Windham)
    Walter Kolodziej (R) I District 7 (Windham)
    John Sytek (R) I District 8 (Salem)
    Marilinda Garcia (R) I District 8 (Salem)
    Michael Falagan (R) District 9 (Epping)
    Jason P. Antosz (R) I District 9 (Epping)
    Daniel C. Itse (R) I District 10 (Fremont)
    Kenneth L. Weyler (R) I District 13 (Hampstead, Kingston)
    Norman L. Major (R) I District 14 (Atkinson, Plaistow)
    Glenn F. Ritter (R) I District 16 (East Kingston, Kensington, South Hampton)
    Adam Schroadter (R) I District 17 (Newfields, Newmarket)
    Joshua Davenport (R) I District 17 (Newfields, Newmarket)
    Kenneth Sheffert (R) I District 21 (Hampton)
    Tracy Emerick (R) District 21 (Hampton)
    Frederick C. Rice (R) I District 21 (Hampton)
    Pamela Tucker (R) I District 23 (Greenland, Newington)
    Will Smith (R) I District 24 (New Castle, Rye)
    Robert Boyle (R) District 31 (FL) (Greenland, Newington, North Hampton, Portsmouth Ward 3)
    Donald Gorman (R) District 32 (FL) (Candia, Deerfield, Northwood, Nottingham)
    Timothy P. Comerford (R) I District 33 (FL) (Brentwood, Danville, Fremont)

    STRAFFORD COUNTY
    Robbie Parsons (R) I District 1 (Middleton, Milton)
    Joseph Pitre (R) I District 2 (Farmington)
    Antonio Luciani (R) District 2 (Farmington)
    Bill O'Connor (R) I District 4 (Barrington)
    Bruce Cory (R) District 7 (Rochester Ward 1)
    Warren Groen (R) I District 10 (Rochester Ward 3)
    Susan DeLemus (R) I District 11 (Rochester Ward 4)
    Kirsten Larsen Schultz (R) I District 21 (FL) (Dover Wards 5 & 6, Rollinsford, Somersworth Wards 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5)
    Cliff Newton (R) I District 23 (FL) (Rochester Wards 2 & 3)
    Laura Jones (R) I District 24 (FL) (Rochester Wards 4 & 5)

    SULLIVAN COUNTY
    Bill Walker (R) District 1 (Cornish, Grantham, Plainfield, Springfield)
    Paul LaCasse, Sr. (R) I District 10 (FL) (Claremont Wards 1, 2, & 3)
    Steven D. Smith (R) I District 11 (FL) (Acworth, Charlestown, Goshen, Langdon, Lempster, Washington)

    State Senate
    Cynthia Coolidge (R) Howard Senate District 5 (Canaan, Enfield, Hanover, Lebanon, Lyme, Charlestown, Claremont, Cornish, Plainfield)
    Joe Osgood (R) Senate District 5 (Canaan, Enfield, Hanover, Lebanon, Lyme, Charlestown, Claremont, Cornish, Plainfield)
    Sam Cataldo (R) Senate District 6 (Rochester, Farmington, New Durham, Alton, Barnstead and Gilmanton)
    Joshua F. Youssef (R) Senate District 7 (Belmont, Gilford, Laconia, Andover, Boscawen, Canterbury, Franklin, Northfield, Salisbury, Webster)
    Daniel Dwyer (R) Senate District 11 (Amherst, Merrimack, Milford, Wilton)
    Richard Kahn (L) Senate District 14 (Hudson, Auburn, Londonderry)
    Rich Tomasso (L) Senate District 16 (Manchester Wards 1, 2, & 12, Bow, Dunbarton, Hooksett, Candia)
    John Reagan (R) Senate District 17 (Allenstown, Chichester, Epsom, Loudon, Pembroke, Pittsfield, Deerfield, Northwood, Nottingham, Raymond, Strafford)
    Phil Greazzo (R) Senate District 20 (Goffstown, Manchester Wards 3, 4, 10, & 11)
    Chuck Morse (R) Senate District 22 (Pelham, Atkinson, Plaistow, Salem)
    Dennis Acton (R) Senate District 23 (Brentwood, Chester, Danville, East Kingston, Epping, Exeter, Fremont, Kingston, Sandown)
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    List of candidates endorsed by Ron Paul:
    Republican Andy Sanborn, Senate District 9 (Cheshire County: Dublin, Fitzwilliam, Jaffrey, Richmond, Troy; Hillsborough County: Bedford, Greenfield, Hancock, Lyndeborough, Mont Vernon, New Boston, Peterborough, Sharon, Temple)

    List of candidates endorsed by Ron Paul's Freaking Giant https://www.facebook.com/RonPaulsFreakingGiant :
    Frank Szabo: Hillsborough County High Sheriff

    List of candidates endorsed by LibertyCandidates.com http://libertycandidates.com/categor...ampshire-2012/ :
    Jennifer Coffey: Merrimack 1 State House
    Richard Kahn: State Senate, District 14
    Dennis Lamare: U.S. House District 2
    Darryl W. Perry: Cheshire County Register of Deeds
    Frank W. Szabo: Hillsborough County High Sheriff

    Libertarian Party of New Hampshire candidate list: http://lpnh.org/candidates
    Aidan Ankarberg State Representative, Strafford 7
    Brendan Kelly US Congress, 1st District
    Darryl Perry Registrar of Deeds, Cheshire
    Hardy Macia US Congress, 2nd District
    Howard Wilson Executive Council, 2nd District
    Ian Freeman State Representative, Cheshire 6
    James Parker County Commissioner, Hillsborough 3
    John Babiarz Governor John Babiarz
    Ken Blevens Executive Council, District 4
    Lisa Wilber State Representative, Hillsborough 39
    Max Abramson County Attorney, Rockingham
    Michael Baldasarre Executive Council, District 3
    Rich Tomasso State Senate, District 16
    Richard Kahn State Senate, District 14
    Stephen Stefanik State Representative, Hillsborough 16
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    NH Tea Party Leader Endorses 'Liberty-Minded' Candidates

    Congressional District 1, Executive Council District 4, State Senate District 9, and Hillsborough County Sheriff among those endorsed by founder of NH Tea Party Coalition

    By Ryan O'Connor Email the authorAugust 8, 2012 Email Print Comment

    Citing the need for what she called "a new direction in County, State, and Federal Government," education activist and New Hampshire Tea Party Coalition founder Jane Aitken, of Bedford, today endorsed four candidates for the Sept. 11 state primary.

    Those earning Aitken's support include District 9 Senate Candidate Andy Sanborn, Hillsborough County Sheriff candidate Frank Szabo, District 1 Congressional candidate Rick Parent and Executive Council District 4 candidate Tom DeBlois.

    "These candidates represent the changes we need and I'm confident they will do what they say they will, once in office," said Aitken.

    "I am supporting Andy Sanborn for State Senate because he already has a solid record of fighting for small businesses and personal liberties, and is extremely accessible to all New Hampshire residents," she said.

    Calling Szabo "a liberty-oriented candidate," Aitken said that the candidate will bring "new knowledge and perspective to the often overlooked office of the Sheriff."

    In endorsing Parent, Aitken called the Congressional District 1 candidate "a constitutional conservative who will stand up for our personal liberties as well as our national sovereignty."

    And Aitken said she is endorsing DeBlois because "he has pledged to work with and support the Governor as an Executive Councilor in District 4 to prevent sales and income taxes, reduce business regulation, and lower state spending in general."

    Aitken said she encourages Granite State voters to turn out in force the Sept. 11 primary to vote for these "liberty" candidates.

    For more information on the candidates please visit www.janeaitken.org
    http://bedford-nh.patch.com/articles...ded-candidates

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    That article brings up some good points. Of course, Andy is amazing!

    Do you have more on Rick Parent? I don't know the guy. I know Frank Guinta is one of the most fiscally conservative Congressman and has a proven record of being fiscally conservative in NH. While mayor of Manchester, he helped lead a Democratically controlled board of alderman (city council) to cut property taxes and fought for a city spending cap. Unless someone amazing had a chance of beating him, I wouldn't challenge him. I do know the Libertarian challenging Frank in the generally election and he is really pro-liberty. If I find out more about Rick Parent, I'd be happy to add him to the lists

    The Executive Council District 4 candidate Tom DeBlois issue is something I'm not going to get involved with, though. Of the 24 NH state senators, Tom is the 5th most pro-liberty. However, I heard something not so positive about him from another senator, and the RLCNH endorsed his opponent, Robert Burns. The RLCNH said it is being extra tough this year when in comes to making endorsements. Either Republican would likely make a great executive councilor. Frankly, I don't understand why a Libertarian got in the race. What I'll likely do is recommend both the winner of the Republican primary and the LP candidate in the general election.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith and stuff View Post
    List of candidates endorsed by the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance: http://nhliberty.org/

    The list will get long, but as of now, I only know of one candidate endorsed by the NHLA.
    Republican Joshua F. Youssef, Senate District 7 (Belmont, Gilford, Laconia, Andover, Boscawen, Canterbury, Franklin, Northfield, Salisbury, Webster)

    Republican Keith Carlsen, Cheshire 6 (Keene Ward 3)
    Libertarian Ian Freeman, Cheshire 8 (Keene Wards 1-5)
    Republican Tammy Simmons, Hillsborough 17 (Manchester Ward 10)
    Republican David Murotake, Hillsborough 32 (Nashua Ward 5)
    Republican J.R. Hoell, Merrimack 23 (Bow, Dunbarton)
    Republican Robert Boyle, Rockingham 31 (Greenland, Newington, North Hampton, Portsmouth Ward 3)
    Republican Laura Jones, Strafford 24 (Rochester Wards 4 & 5)
    Jenn Coffey was also endorsed by the NHLA.



    Jenn was 1st elected in 2008. She was reelected in 2010. She has done some amazing things, including help NH lead the national when it comes to knife freedom. She has been honored at more than 1 Blade show for her hard work. http://www.kniferights.org/index.php...sk=view&id=110

    If you aren't able to go door to door for her and have a few extra dollars, please donate to her campaign.
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    Keith,

    Once again it pains me to think that we have 1,000 movers to NH but only a few 'shakers' that we can call on to help.

    Someone like Frank Szabo, who has been endorsed by most of the liberty and tea party leaders in Hillsborough County for Sheriff, could use some door to door action there. Never has the sitting Sheriff done this, he's always been the only one on the ballot. So this action is crucial.

    How to even get to contact the other 800 FSPers who do little in the way of activism?

    Send me a PM won't you?

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    where are you man I can set you up with people close to you

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    Quote Originally Posted by NH4RonPaul View Post
    How to even get to contact the other 800 FSPers who do little in the way of activism?
    I don't want you to be mad and I'm not trying to offend you, but most FSPers are aware of Frank's campaign. Just remember that we have more pro-liberty candidates running in NH than the rest of the US combined. Plus, lots of activists only spend so much time helping other people with their campaigns.

    Plus, I would like to throw this out. Lots of free staters aren't from NH and most aren't even from New England. So, when a free stater moves, it often requires sometime for the person to find a place they want to live, good comfortable in a job, get a good group of friends to hang out with, learn the roads, learn where to hang out, learn where to shop and so on. Activists in other states, who tend to be where they have lived for years, don't have as many of these sort of issues. So, free staters often have less time to do activism and yet there is 100s of amount of choices thrown at them.

    Then there is a 3rd rail, which only applies to NH activists. A lot of activist promote the FSP and moving to NH from time to time. People travel to events in MA/ME/NY/PA/VT/NV/DC and so on. Maybe a dozen activists spend around a week in MN in 2008 doing FSP outreach. Maybe another dozen will spend 5 or so days in FL this year doing FSP outreach. People also do NH and FSP outreach online via emails, web forums, videogames, Facebook and so on.

    I admit, there is a type of activism which happens only outside of NH. Some people outside of NH are planning their move to NH. No doubt, that takes some of their time away from being an activist where they currently live
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    I don't want you to be mad and I'm not trying to offend you, but most FSPers are aware of Frank's campaign. Just remember that we have more pro-liberty candidates running in NH than the rest of the US combined. Plus, lots of activists only spend so much time helping other people with their campaigns.

    Plus, I would like to throw this out. Lots of free staters aren't from NH and most aren't even from New England. So, when a free stater moves, it often requires sometime for the person to find a place they want to live, good comfortable in a job, get a good group of friends to hang out with, learn the roads, learn where to hang out, learn where to shop and so on. Activists in other states, who tend to be where they have lived for years, don't have as many of these sort of issues. So, free staters often have less time to do activism and yet there is 100s of amount of choices thrown at them.

    The there is a 3rd rail, which only applies to NH activists. A lot of activist promote the FSP and moving to NH from time to time. People travel to events in MA/ME/NY/PA/VT/NV/DC and so on. Maybe a dozen activists spend around a week in MN in 2008 doing FSP outreach. Maybe another dozen will spend 5 or so days in FL this year doing FSP outreach. People also do NH and FSP outreach online via emails, web forums, videogames, Facebook and so on.

    I admit, there is a type of activism which happens only outside of NH. Some people outside of NH are planning their move to NH. No doubt, that takes some of their time away from being an activist where they currently live

    Love hearing this! I just moved to Texas to help with family. My plan is to get a personal training certificate and save money then move up to NH. I visit the FSP website daily to look at updates. Can't wait to make the move!
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    Got my NH absentee ballot sitting here in front of me. (This is Nashua-Ward 9).
    There are five positions with only one candidate. Does anyone know if there are liberty write-ins for these positions?:
    Executive Councilor
    State Senator
    County Attorney
    County Treasurer
    Register of Probate
    County Commissioner

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    Republican Liberty Caucus NH chair says voting for state reps and sheriff more important than voting for President
    August 21, 2012
    http://nhfreedom.wordpress.com/2012/...for-president/



    Carolyn McKinney, chair of the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire, claims that voting for state legislative and sheriff candidates is more important than voting for the candidates for President of the United States of America. Ms. McKinney said, “contrary to what many pundits will tell you, the upcoming presidential election is not the most important decision facing New Hampshire voters this November.” She continued by saying, “therefore, what really matters this November are the type of people we elect to the State Legislature and, just as important, the people we elect as New Hampshire’s county sheriffs.”

    Which state legislative and sheriff candidates was she referring to? Here is the list of RLCNH endorsed state legislative candidates. Ms. McKinney mentioned the candidates for sheriff at the end of her editorial. “At least two candidates running for sheriff in 2012, Bradley Jardis in Coös County and Frank Szabo in Hillsborough County, fully understand the importance of the county sheriff role, and for that reason they should earn voters’ enthusiastic support.”

    Do you agree with Ms. McKinney?
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    I want to get back to NH so bad I can taste the moose and smell the pine trees.
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    Do the pro-liberty candidates in every state accept campaign contributions in the form of bitcoins? Do you want to donate to a campaign that accepts bitcoins? It is perfectly legal and happens in New Hampshire.

    Ron Paul endorsing NH State Rep. Mark Warden takes bitcoins. Take part in history and donate some to him

    New Hampshire Deputy Sec of State Recognizes Bitcoin Contributions
    http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthr...-Contributions
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
    Representative Mark Warden Utilizing Bitcoin for Campaign Donations

    Goffstown, New Hampshire - August 11, 2012 - State Representative Mark Warden recently added a Bitcoin donation system to his campaign website (www.markwarden.com), the first state representative in New Hampshire to utilize this emerging technology. According to Warden, Bitcoin will allow online transactions without the need for any third-party approval.

    “This is a cutting-edge technology that is market based, voluntary, and extremely innovative. I have constituents and vendors who prefer this medium of exchange, so it’s natural to want to respond to the marketplace,” said Warden.

    Bitcoin allows users to make transactions with an alternative, decentralized form of currency that is not subject to the inflationary whims of the Federal Reserve or other central banks. Mark Warden is a Republican State Representative running for re-election in Hillsborough County’s District 39, encompassing the towns of Goffstown, Weare, and Deering.

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    [note: you can donate to him at this address: http://www.markwarden.com/page/contribute-campaign ]
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    Awesome! I didn't have the benefit of something this when the municipal elections happened right after I moved here. I was just talking to someone the other day about how a "NH freedom voter's guide" website is sorely needed. Yes, the NHLA stuff is essential, but as noted, only covers candidates that have been elected and have a record. In the discussion I had the other day, I had mentioned this exact same problem, and the difficulty of coming up with names for the rest of the good candidates (have to rely on word of mouth from other freestaters). Keith, you've done most of the work here that I was thinking about, how do you feel about me building on the idea? I've got someone to put the website together if the info is amassed (as you've already done here). I'd also like to include a link to candidates' websites or other (candidate-approved) contact info, for voters wanting to do more research. In addition, they would be very willing to build websites for candidates not having one, at a discount rate (very cheaply, in other words) for those who support freedom. I feel it is also important to include candidates for local elections as well.
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    Do whatever you want man. I am going to put up primary and general election recommendations for many nh races. I have not gotten around to that yet. The lists will include many more candidates than just proliberty folks. There will be lists for all of the nh senate races, major races and so on.

    If you like my work, consider spreading it around, giving me karma or helping me build better lists. If you want to take it to the next level, that's even better.

    In some ways, it is annoying that nh has more proliberty candidates than the rest of the nation combined.
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    Like it? I love it! I'd be more than glad to help you take it to the next level! You'll have to let me know when you're in Manchester sometime, I don't think we've had the opportunity to meet in person yet.
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    The full NHLA endorsement list was updated on the NHLA website tonight so the related post in this thread was updated, http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthr...=1#post4569789

    The NHLA endorsement list will be integrated into the original post over the next few days and recommendation lists for various areas and levels will be created. I don't agree with the entire NHLA endorsement list so at least 1 of the candidates will not make the original post, though almost all or all of the candidates will make recommendation lists.
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    New Hampshire September 11th State Senate Primary Recommendations
    September 3, 2012
    http://nhfreedom.wordpress.com/2012/...commendations/

    There are 8 contested races for the Republican Primary. Do you care about upholding the New Hampshire Constitution? Do you support the Bill of Rights? If so, it is recommended that you vote for the candidate in bold.

    After the September 11th Primary, recommendations for all State Senate races will be made.

    District 1
    The candidates have made a concentrated effort to not share their ideas on the internet or fill out surveys.

    District 5 Cynthia Coolidge Howard vs. Joe Osgood
    Both candidates are pretty good so I don’t feel comfortable making a recommendation on which candidate to support. Howard was endorsed by the NHLA and RLCNH. Howard has shown some support for Ron Paul. Osgood was endorsed by the NHLA. Unfortunately for both candidates, District 5 is very Democratic so there is little chance that either candidate will beat the Democratic nominee.

    District 6 Sam Cataldo vs. Dick Green
    Sam Cataldo has a slightly better legislative voting record than Dick Green.

    District 7 Joshua Youssef vs. William Grimm
    Joshua Youssef was endorsed by the NHLA, RLCNH and Sen. Jim Forsythe.

    District 9 Andy Sanborn vs. Ken Hawkins vs. Michael Kenney
    Andy Sanborn was endorsed by Sen. Jim Forsythe and Ron Paul. Sanborn was recommended by the RLCNH and by outgoing Sen. Ray White.

    District 11 Daniel Dwyer vs. Peter Bragdon
    Daniel Dwyer was endorsed by the RLCNH.

    District 17 John Reagan vs. Howard Pearl
    John Reagan was endorsed by the RLCNH.

    District 23 Dennis Acton vs. Russell Prescott
    Dennis Acton was endorsed by the NHLA, RLCNH, Sen. Jim Forsythe and Sen. Ray White.

    See the NHGOP senate candidate page for more information on the candidates.
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    Rick Parent (US House district 2) endorsed Santorum. Don't think that's something a liberty candidate should do.

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    New Hampshire September 11th Primary Recommendations for Governor and Executive Council
    September 3, 2012
    http://nhfreedom.wordpress.com/2012/...utive-council/

    Do you care about upholding the New Hampshire Constitution? Do you support the Bill of Rights? If so, it is recommended that you vote for the candidates in bold.

    Governor
    Republican Primary
    Ovide Lamontagne* vs. Kevin Smith vs. Robert Tarr
    Lamontagne was endorsed by Sen. Jim Forsythe , former US Senator Bob Smith, former candidate for governor Steve Kenda, former candidate for US Senate Jim Bender, Tom Thomson and GraniteGrok. It should be noted that Kevin Smith was also endorsed by several well known people in pro-liberty circles including Carol McGuire.

    Democratic Primary
    Maggie Hassan vs. Jackie Cilley vs. Bill Kennedy
    Hassan took the New Hampshire Tax Pledge to veto any new broad based tax that makes it to her desk. Cilley is hostile to the New Hampshire Tax Pledge and by extension, the values of the people of New Hampshire. Kennedy is actively campaigning to create an income tax and destroy the New Hampshire way of life.

    There are only 3 contested Executive Council races.

    Executive Council
    Republican Primary
    District 1 Jerry Thibodeau vs. Ray Burton
    Thibodeau was endorsed by Rep. Paul Mirski, GraniteGrok http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/08/...erry-thibodeau and recommended by RLCNH.

    District 4 Robert Burns vs. Tom DeBlois vs. Chuck Rolecek
    Robert Burns was endorsed by the RLCNH and GraniteGrok http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/08/...ncil-bob-burns

    Democratic Primary
    District 2 Shawn Mickelonis vs. John Shea vs. Colin Van Ostern
    Michelonis said “people are suffering every day because the taxes are so high” when he successfully ran a previous campaign. Shea is a career politician. Ostern is running because he disagree with recent cuts in spending and wants to greatly increase government spending.

    *If medical marijuana is not an important issue to you, both Ovide Lamontagne and Kevin Smith are decent choices.
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    Cheshire County New Hampshire Primary Recommendations
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    Cheshire County New Hampshire September 11th Primary Recommendations
    ONLY contested primary races are listed.

    Do you care about upholding the New Hampshire Constitution? Do you support the Bill of Rights? If so, it is recommended that you vote for the following candidates.

    Republican Primary:
    Governor – Ovide Lamontagne*

    Congress – Dennis Lamare

    State Senate
    District 9 – Andy Sanborn

    State Representative
    District 10 – Adam M. Hopkins and Michael J. Walsh
    District 11 – Eric Jackman
    District 14 – Franklin W. Sterling, Jr.

    High Sheriff – Jack Zeller

    County Commission
    District 1 – Bayard Tracy

    Democratic Primary:
    Governor – Maggie Hassan

    Executive Council
    District 2 – Shawn Mickelonis

    *If medical marijuana is not an important issue to you, both Ovide Lamontagne and Kevin Smith are decent choices.
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    RLCNH 4th round of endorsements and recommendations was released today.

    http://rlcnh.org/press-releases/rlcn...erity-for-n-h/

    All endorsed or recommended candidates—including the 10 candidates added today who are listed on the next page—made it through a vigorous reputation-screening process run by the RLCNH Endorsements Committee. The committee confirmed that these candidates would likely advance RLCNH’s Liberty and Prosperity for New Hampshire agenda upon their election to office. The committee’s endorsements and recommendations were then confirmed by the RLCNH Board of Directors.

    As an added distinction, some of these candidates also signed the RLCNH Liberty Compact, which indicates they will work to “restore liberty, not restrict it; shrink government, not expand it; reduce taxes, not raise them; abolish programs, not create them; promote the freedom and independence of citizens, not the interference of government in their lives; and observe the limited, enumerated powers of our Constitution, not ignore them.”

    Endorsed Republicans earned a score of 85 percent or higher on the 2012 RLCNH Legislative Scorecard if they were incumbents, or they scored an 85 percent or higher on the 2012 RLCNH Candidate Survey if they were first-time candidates. Some candidates with these scores, however, did not earn an endorsement because their voting record or their survey score did not really reflect their overall understanding of liberty. Most candidates who scored between 80 percent and 85 percent were considered for a recommendation, a lower standard than an endorsement, but some of these candidates were also disqualified based on their clear, errant positions on some issues. Candidates who scored below an 80 percent were automatically disqualified.

    “During the next two years, Republicans must continue the responsible decision-making that led to this session’s $1 billion budget cut so they can continue to cut taxes and fees and eliminate the regulations that prevent economic development and job growth,” McKinney said. “We are confident that our endorsed candidates will serve as the conscience of the Republican Party and make sure their colleagues continue to make the changes necessary for sustainable prosperity for New Hampshire’s working families and businesses.”

    RLCNH FOURTH-ROUND CANDIDATE ENDORSEMENTS

    Endorsed Fourth-Round Executive Councilor Candidate:
    David Wheeler, Executive Councilor District 5

    Endorsed Fourth-Round State Representative Candidates:
    Eric Catman, Coos 3 (Berlin)
    Jeff Chamberlin, Grafton 7 (Campton)
    Jane Cormier, Belknap 8 (Alton, Barnstead, Gilmanton)
    Carlo V. Feoli, Hillsborough 19 (Manchester Ward 12)
    David K. Martin, Strafford 16 (Dover Ward 4)
    Louis “Tony” Mayfield, Hillsborough 1 (Antrim, Hillsborough, Windsor)
    Mark Samsel, Rockingham 7 (Windham)

    RLCNH FOURTH-ROUND CANDIDATE RECOMMENDATIONS

    Recommended Fourth-Round State Senator Candidate:
    Daniel Dwyer, Senate District 11

    Recommended Fourth-Round State Representative Candidate:
    Leon H. Rideout, Coos 7 (Carroll, Dalton, Dummer, Jefferson, Kilkenny, Lancaster, Milan, Northumberland, Randolph, Stark, Whitefield)
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    GraniteGrok Endorsements:
    GraniteGrok is the most read conservative blog in NH. Some of the bloggers are conservative. Some are libertarian and some are libertarian (especially on economic issues) leaning conservatives. Almost of of the bloggers tend to agree with many Ron Paul supporters on state level issues. However, some of the bloggers are supporters of big government when it comes to foreign affairs. Foreign affairs are almost never blogged about on GraniteGrok as the bloggers tend to focus almost exclusively on state and national issues.

    NH Governor: Ovide Lamontagne http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/04/...or-nh-governor
    US Congress NH-CD1: Rick Parent http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/08/...or-us-congress
    US Congress NH-CD2: Dennis Lamare http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/08/...or-us-congress
    NH Executive Council District 1: Jerry Thibodeau http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/08/...erry-thibodeau
    NH Executive Council District 4: Bob Burns http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/08/...ncil-bob-burns
    NH Executive Council District 5: Dave Wheeler http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/08/...5-dave-wheeler
    NH State Senate District 4: Phyllis Woods http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/09/...-phyllis-woods
    NH State Senate District 5: Cynthia Coolidge Howard http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/09/...oolidge-howard
    NH State Senate District 7: Josh Youssef http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/09/...7-josh-youssef
    NH State Senate District 9: Andy Sanborn http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/09/...9-andy-sanborn
    (Only a Recommendation) NH State Senate District 11: Dan Dwyer http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/09/...r-phil-greazzo
    NH State Senate District 20: Phil Greazzo http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/09/...r-phil-greazzo
    NH State Senate District 23: Dennis Acton http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/09/...r-phil-greazzo
    NH House District Belknap 8: Jane Cormier http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/09/...8-jane-cormier
    NH House District Merrimack 7: Susan Olsen http://granitegrok.com/blog/2012/09/...-7-susan-olsen

    Other NH House endorsements by GraniteGrok. These were announced on 9/10/12, the day before the election.
    Belknap County
    District 5: Guy Comtois
    District 7: Colette Worsman, Bob Greemore, Herb Vadney and Kevin Leandro https://www.facebook.com/LeandroForNhStateRep

    Coos County
    District 7: Leon Rideout https://www.facebook.com/pages/Leon-...10596092374362

    Grafton County
    District 3: Greg Sorg
    District 10: Paul Mirski

    Hillsborough County
    District 4: William “Bill” O’Brien
    District 7: John Burt
    District 7: Mark Warden
    District 17: Tammy Simmons
    District 21: Jeanine Notter, Phil Straight and Lenette Peterson http://lenettepeterson.weebly.com/
    District 27: Jordon Ulery

    Merrimack County
    District 3: Greg Hill
    District 6: Jenn Coffey
    District 8 Dan McGuire
    District 8 Carol McGuire

    Rockingham County
    District 3: Dan Tamburello
    District 9: Dan Itse
    District 33: Tim Comerford
    District: JR Hoell (Bow / Dunbarton) http://www.jrhoell.com/
    District 17: Pam Tucker

    Strafford County
    District 1: Warren Groen
    District 11: Sue DeLemus
    District 1 : Laura Jones http://jones4staterep.com/
    District 3: Bill O’Connor

    Sullivan County
    District 3; Spec Bowers
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    Another similar list was created. It lists all of the candidates for many of the races (not all). It then shows what the NH Families for Education, the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance, the Republican Liberty Caucus of NH and the Coalition of NH Taxpayers. It also includes a tiny bit on information from the New Hampshire Firearms Coalition.

    I much prefer the list in the OP as it is just a list of pro-liberty candidates and not most of the candidates. The OP list is also more complete as it includes write-in, special election and candidates who didn't fill out any of the above mentioned surveys.

    http://nhfamiliesforeducation.org/co...lcnh-nhfc-cnht
    Last edited by Keith and stuff; 09-06-2012 at 09:29 PM.
    Lifetime member of more than 1 national gun organization and the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance. Part of Young Americans for Liberty and Campaign for Liberty. Free State Project participant and multi-year Free Talk Live AMPlifier.

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