2016 Liberty Rating

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.

March 2017 Board Meeting

The next Board meeting is scheduled for Saturday, March 4 at 1PM at Murphy's Taproom (494 Elm Street, Manchester) in the conference room in the back. NHLA members are welcome to attend.

February Board Meeting

 The next Board meeting is scheduled for Sunday, February 12th at 1PM at Murphy's Taproom (494 Elm Street, Manchester) in the conference room in the back. NHLA members are welcome to attend.

January 2017

NHLA Newsletter for January 2017

January Board Meeting

The next Board meeting is scheduled for Saturday, January 14th at 1PM at Molly's Restaurant (35 Mont Vernon Road, New Boston) in the Loft. NHLA members are welcome to attend.

Welcome Dan McGuire, Interim Political Director

The NHLA is pleased to announce that Dan McGuire has stepped up to fill the vacant Political Director position created by Keith Ammon's election to Chair. Dan offers his experience as a member of the House Finance Committe, expanding the NHLA's perspective in this crucial area. The next Political Director election will occur on schedule in November 2017. The Board wishes to thank Dan for offering his expertise and service.

2016 Election Results

NHLA Newsletter for 2016 Election Results

December Board Meeting

The next Board meeting is scheduled for Thursday, December 8th at 6PM at Molly's Restaurant (35 Mont Vernon Road, New Boston) in the Loft NHLA members are welcome to attend.

NHLA Board Elections, Congratulations Keith Ammon and Jeffrey Creem

Congratulations are in order for Keith Ammon, newly elected Chair of the NHLA Board, and Jeffrey Creem, renewed Director of Research.

 

Vote tallies are as follows:

 

Chair of the Board:

Keith Ammon - 93 votes for 96.88%

+6 Write in votes

 

Research Director:

Jeffrey Creem - 81 votes for 91.67%

+ 10 Write in votes

 

Thank you to all who voted!

 

 

Proposed Bylaws Amendment November 2016

 

This ammends the proposed changes to the bylaws from October 2016. The purpose is to change the membership section (section 2) of the bylaws, to increase membership fees (prices reduced from the October proposal), and simplifying and updating other language. Please also feel free to compare directly with the current bylaws, which may be found here: www.nhliberty.org/bylaws

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