This is the thirteenth annual Liberty Rating issued by the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance, based on 98 roll call votes in the House, 37 roll call votes in the Senate, and 157 pieces of sponsored legislation.
These are the 2016 candidates for New Hampshire State Representative, State Senator, and Governor endorsed by the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance, updated with post-primary results. A stunning 82% of NHLA-endorsed candidates advanced to the general election! Thank you to all the candidates who took the time to complete our online survey, and to the hard-working pro-liberty incumbents running for reelection.
The next Board meeting is scheduled for Saturday, September 3rd at 2PM Molly's Restaurant (35 Mont Vernon Road, New Boston) in the Loft. NHLA members are welcome to attend.
Shem Kellogg, a good friend, a steadfast advocate of liberty in New Hampshire, and an excellent legislator, sadly passed away recently.
Services will be held on Saturday, July 2, 2016, 11:00 a.m., at Brookside Chapel & Funeral Home (116 Main Street, Plaistow). At noon, a celebration of Shem's life will take place at the Plaistow Fish & Game Club (18 Mayray Ave, Plaistow).
All are welcome.
Congratulations to Louis Calitz and Brinck Slattery, the newest members of the NHLA Board of Directors.
The NHLA Board of Directors has expanded to include Directors of IT and Development. The inaugural elections for these positions have closed and the results are as follows:
All new candidates for state office, including state representative, senator, and governor should now have received a postcard inviting them to take the NHLA candidate survey. If you are a new, registered candidate, and have not received the postcard, you are invited to email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll be happy to send you a link. We kindly request your response by July 1. Late responses may be accepted.
Tickets are now on sale for the NHLA's annual Liberty Dinner!
In 2014, we donated over $21,000 to endorsed campaigns across New Hampshire, helping 87 pro-liberty candidates win seats in our legislature.