July 12, 2012 Newsletter
With a few hiccups in its publication, the NHLA newsletter is stronger than ever. With as much as the volunteers that support NHLA accomplish, the newsletter was put on the back burner. We are pleased to announce that, thanks to new volunteers, the newsletter will continue publication every month. This issue includes information about:
|Liberty dinner with guest speaker Cheye Calvo scheduled for this Sunday July 15th (register here)|
|The candidate survey announcement|
|This year's election cycle|
|An introduction to the new civic action page.|
|Annual meeting--save the date|
Even after two dead dogs, an invaded home, and one man proven innocent in their courts, Sheriff Jackson stated "Quite frankly, we'd do it again. Tonight." You may recall the international news about the raid on Berwyn Heights mayor's home which caused much controversy. Cheye Calvo will address attendees at the 9th Annual NHLA Liberty Dinner.. When you attend the dinner you'll be the first to receive the 2012 NHLA's Liberty Rating. The 2012 Legislator of the Year and the winner of the much coveted Activist of the Year award will be announced. You'll have a great time while you brush elbows with those legislators that are enhancing and preserving individual liberty in the Granite State.
This years liberty dinner will be:
Sunday July 15 from 6PM to 8PM
201 Hanover Street
Manchester, NH 03104-6115
Come early for a VIP cocktail reception at 5PM.
It would be helpful if you REGISTER ASAP to help with logistics of the dinner. You may also register at the door.
The 2012 candidate survey was mailed earlier this month to all registered candidates for the New Hampshire House and Senate. NHLA promotes good governance by supporting candidates who share the traditional granite state values of personal liberty and a smaller, more accountable government. The NHLA’s PAC provides endorsements and monetary contributions to selected candidates based on a number of factors, including responses to this questionnaire. Endorsed candidates will be listed on our website.
The 2012 Election Cycle is around the corner, so activity at NHLA is intense. We mail checks to endorsed candidates for state house at the end of July 2012. These campaign contributions are essential for NHLA's continued success in assisting strong pro-liberty candidates elected to office. You can help tremendously in this effort by Donating today. Your donation will guarantee success of NHLA, as well as contribute to future programs.
The NHLA's new civic action page is where the NHLA renews it's commitment to civic action. The civic action fund is what distinguishes the NHLA as more than a political organization. The civic action wing of the NHLA strives to reach out to all our neighbors in the granite state. This is accomplished by charitable giving, and acts of service in the many towns and cities of New Hampshire. The creation of the new board position dedicated to civic action ensures the involvement of the NHLA in community projects for years to come.
Save the date! NHLA's Annual Meeting will be held on Saturday, September 29th 2012. Mark your calendar. Details will follow in future newsletters.
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The New Hampshire Liberty Alliance is a non-partisan coalition working to increase individual freedom in New Hampshire. We do this by monitoring bills in the legislative sessions and encouraging private charity, a civil society, and citizen involvement.