Manchester - New Hampshire Liberty Alliance Chair Paul Best has released the following statement:
Important note to NHLA members: Basic and Full memberships are for two year periods. If you don't renew your membership after two years, you're no longer a member! If you joined the NHLA several years ago and haven't logged into our website to renew, you're expired. If this applies to you, please take three minutes to log in and renew your membership! If you're not sure of your current status, or have any problems, email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. Thank you for continuing to support the NHLA!
The Board election has closed, and the results are as follows:
Melissa Best - 68
one write-in: George Hoyt
one write-in: Stuart Light
Amanda Bouldin - 62
one write-in: Kevin Bloom
two write-ins: Hillary Clinton
one write-in: Bill Walker
one write-in: Heidi Macia
Civic Action Director, and New Hampshire State Representative, Amanda Bouldin (D - Manchester, Ward 5) had an Op-Ed published on Patch.com. The NHLA supports free trade and the elimination of burdensome regulation and licensure requirements on small businesspeople.
NHLA Political Action Director Kevin Bloom testified against SB30, a bill that would use public funds to bail out the Balsams Resort at Dixville Notch. http://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/2015/04/21/house-panel-eyes-bill-open...
The election is now open for the NHLA Board positions of Secretary and Civic Action Director. All Full and Lifetime members should have received an email invitation from SurveyMonkey to vote. (Please excuse the references to "survey" in the email; It should say "election".) The election is open until April 28th at 11:59pm.
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"Kevin Bloom, a Free Stater and political director for the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance, successfully worked to enact a new law that reduced the barrier of entry for small-scale brewers to sell their product, making New Hampshire the first state in the country with a “nanobrewery” law..."
Mark Warden, former NHLA Chair and two-time Legislator of the Year