March 2015

NHLA Newsletter for March 2015

NHLA Leads State House Tour for NH Liberty Forum Attendees

The NHLA was once again a proud sponsor of the annual NH Liberty Forum.  The forum has grown in size over the years and was relocated to the Radisson in Manchester.  As per tradition, the NHLA hosted a free guided tour of the State House for Forum attendees. 

NHLA State House Tour

NHLA Political Director Kevin Bloom Interviewed by WMUR

On March 4th, the NHLA's Political Director Kevin Bloom spoke with WMUR's Adam Sexton on SB262 and the continuing fight against RealID in New Hampshire.

NHLA Political Director Kevin Bloom

--- No NHLA Board Meeting in March ---

Please note that the March Board meeting previously scheduled for Sat., Mar. 14th at Murphy's Taproom has been cancelled.  Check our March newsletter for the date and location of the April Board meeting.

 

February 2015

NHLA Newsletter for February 2015

Endorsements for Special Election in Rockingham District 32

Rockingham District 32 (covering Candia, Deerfield, Northwood, and Nottingham) is having a special election on May 19th to replace Rep. Brian Dobson, who resigned in order to take a job with U.S. Rep. Frank Guinta.  Three candidates have filed for the special election, and all were invited to take the NHLA's candidate survey.

January 2015

NHLA Newsletter for January 2015

Auctions for VIP Pass, Hotel Room at 2015 New Hampshire Liberty Forum

Winning bid for pass - $276

Winning bid for hotel room - $108.95

Update Feb. 14, 2015 - Congratulations to Representative Joe Hannon for winning both auctions!  Thank you to all those who participated in the bidding!

December 2014

NHLA Newsletter for December 2014

Civic Action Fundraiser for Polaris Charter School

Help us keep Manchester's children safe!

NHLA Civic Action is happy to announce a new fundraiser benefiting the community. Polaris Charter School in Manchester is in dire need of funds to finance the protection of the school playground. The school needs bollards — low metal posts — to be installed at the intersection of Kelley and Cartier streets, in front of the fence at the corner of the school’s playground.

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