We had a great time at the New Boston Town Wide Yard Sale Saturday!    Some absolutely fabulous items were offered, so a big shout out to all those who donated to our sale.  All funds will help elect local Republican candidates in 2020.  See you next year!

NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement regarding anti-gun legislation passing the New Hampshire Senate today

Concord, NH – NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement regarding the latest NHGOP Digital Ad, highlighting Senator Jeanne Dietsch and her Senate Democrat colleagues’ attempt to implement an income tax on Granite Staters: 

“The people of Senate District 09 deserve to know what their state senator is doing on their behalf in Concord. Senator Dietsch has long voted in lockstep with the Democrat party, but her latest stunt puts her further out-of-touch from those she represents. Her attempt to implement a 6.2% income tax would destroy the New Hampshire Advantage and devastate our Granite State economy. We believe her constituents deserve to know about her $313 million tax increase, and it’s best that they hear about her proposal in her own words.”

Here Dietsch’s own words in the digital ad HERE

New Hampshire GOP

New Boston Republican Committee Yard Sale!

Our committee will be holding a yard sale as a fundraiser on June 1! YES! That is the same day as the annual Town-Wide Yard Sale and Whipple Free Library Book Sale! So while you are out rummaging for great deals, don’t forget that we will be located right on the town common!

Profits from items sold will go to supporting our local candidates

If anyone is interested in contributing items to sell, or just interested in helping to organize this event, please contact:

Anson Loveday

(603) 321-2518

J1L2A3A4@aol.com

New Boston Roadside Cleanup!


NBRC members & friends:
 
This is a reminder that New Boston Republican Committee will hold their spring two mile roadside clean-up of Mont Vernon Road on Saturday, April 20th.
 
Meet in the parking lot behind the Post Office at 9:30 for coffee & donuts.  Clean up will begin at 10 and we are usually done by 11:30.
 
Vests, gloves and bags are provided.  BYOG (bring your own grabber).
 
April Teshima
Safety Coordinator