Who Doesn’t Love a Christmas Party?

Please join us at the New Boston Republican Party annual social and celebration of the Christmas season on Thursday, December 6th at 7PM Whipple Free Library.
Best buffet in town includes:

  • Bill’s Famous Chilli
  • Meatballs
  • Lasagna
  • Cranberry punch
  • Also cheese & crackers, fruit bowl and a variety of desserts
  • Coffee and soft drinks!

Please join us for good food, good friends, and a Christmas song or two! Bring a dish to share!

– The New Boston Republican Committee Board of Directors

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A recount for District 5 House seat was held on Tuesday in Concord where the  Hon. Gerald Griffin of Mont Vernon has lost his seat to by 8 votes.

The New Boston Board of Directors thank you, Gerry, for your dedicated service over the past two years and your hard work on the Finance Committee.

Our NH House Representatives are all registered Republicans, cast their votes as Republicans and always support the NH Republican State Committee Platform of limited government, a balanced state budget, and to protect your individual rights.

These three representatives have served with honor the residents of the towns of New Boston and Mont Vernon (plus the towns of Hollis and Milford in the case of District 40 represented by Rep. Ammon).   Each one spends time learning all they can about the bills they will be voting on, show up at legislative sessions and vote, and return all calls from their constituents.   There is a public record of their votes and a history of how they will represent us.

New Boston Republican Committee respectfully requests your vote to re-elect our three reps:  Keith Ammon, Glen Dickey and Gerry Griffin on Tuesday.

 

Letters to the Editor

Negron for NH

October 26. 2018 6:43PM

To the Editor: Steve Negron truly embodies the small-town values that New Hampshire families stand for. He spent 15 years serving in the Air Force in the Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Combat Crew and later in the Air Force Space Command. After retiring, Steve opened his own company. He has used (his) leadership expertise to assist him as a state rep.

He has earned the respect of his colleagues at the State House. He believes our small town, local values are not being well-represented in Washington. He knows we are worried about issues such as public safety, debt, border security, and veteran issues. As a representative he voted to lower taxes, cut the regulations that are strangling small businesses, and create an environment that allows businesses and individuals to thrive. Send Steve Negron to Washington on Nov. 6.

Rep. TIFFANY JOHNSON

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