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Opinion

What has Sununu cost us?

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With more than $4 BILLION leaving the state every year to pay for our energy, it’s a smart town that finds a better way. Take a useless plot of land – say, an old landfill-cover it with solar panels, and let the sun do the rest. If the sun gives you MORE energy than you can use, the ...

Bryk for treasurer

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I’m William Bryk, the Democratic candidate for Hillsborough County Treasurer. The County Treasurer collects the county property tax from municipalities, oversees financial accounts, and invests county funds. The Treasurer’s the signatory on the county’s financial accounts and works with ...

Chandley: Small business advocate

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As an Amherst resident who owns a small business in Nashua, I feel compelled to respond to the dishonest partisan attacks on State Senator Shannon Chandley’s record regarding small businesses. Senator Chandley has been a fierce advocate for the small business community and to say anything ...

Bryk for treasurer

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I’m William Bryk, the Democratic candidate for Hillsborough County Treasurer. The County Treasurer collects the county property tax from municipalities, oversees financial accounts, and invests county funds. The Treasurer’s the signatory on the county’s financial accounts and works with ...

Count every vote

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I urge Gov. Chris Sununu and Secretary of State Gardner to ensure that every eligible vote is counted before certifying the election results this November. I ask all candidates for office to declare victory only when all votes have been counted. The pandemic has led to many Americans voting ...

To the voters of Milford

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Nov. 3 is Election Day! I hope you will all get out and vote. Our men and women in uniform have, and continue to fight to protect all of our American freedoms. One of our greatest rights is our vote. Steve “Tango” Tourangeau is a decorated veteran who is running for State Representative to ...

Continue progress

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The recent Presidential Candidate Town Halls revealed extensive media bias and a contrast of old plans and old promises versus rapid accomplishments. George Stephanopoulos rarely involved himself in VP Biden’s town hall, giving the audience and VP Biden time to ask and answer questions. ...

In defense of Trump

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You may not like the President. He can be bombastic, egotistical, and somewhat gregarious. But, if you look beyond the rhetoric you will see many accomplishments of President Trump. For many of us, pride has been restored to America under Trump. There is a sharp and deep divide that ...

A real energy plan

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Over $4,000,000,000 leaves NH annually to pay for energy. It’s a smart town that finds a better way. Take a useless plot of land--say, an old landfill-cover it with solar panels, and let the sun do the rest. If the sun produces MORE energy than you can use, the credit earned is “net ...

Vote Chandley

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As a Merrimack resident for 28 years, I have seen a number of state senators represent Merrimack. I have never seen a State Senator that has worked across the aisle to get solutions passed like Senator Chandley has with the tolls. For over 30 years, Merrimack residents have been overburdened ...

Punishment should be severe

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If the authorities are correct in their allegations against a group accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, the 13 men ought to be viewed with a mixture of horror and disgust. Real Americans do not attempt to change either society or government by force. Those who do so, ...

Sununu: The Wizard of Oz

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For many voters, including some Independents and even Democrats, Chris Sununu may appear to be competent and moderate. Many hours of television coverage during this pandemic have given the governor plenty of opportunities to project this illusion. Yet, when we think more deeply about our ...

Support Chandley

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I have had the pleasure of working with Senator Shannon Chandley in the NH Legislature where we both served as State Representatives from 2016-2018 and most recently where she has served as Senator for our Milford community since 2018. Soaring Milford property taxes have been a major challenge ...

To the voters of Milford

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I always encourage voters to learn about candidates before voting. I am writing today to help you learn more about Vanessa Sheehan who is running for State Representative in Milford. Something you may already know about Vanessa is that she is a third generation resident of Milford. She and ...

MFF thanks community for support

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MFF would like to thank the community for coming out and supporting our fall yard sale fundraiser for the Merrimack Friends & Families Charitable Fund. This fundraiser is one of the many events that we hold over the club year to raise monies. At this event, we were able to raise over ...

A well-rounded education

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Nashua North High School this past February hosted Governor Sununu and Kati Preston, Kati a Holocaust Survivor gave a powerful presentation on the importance of not forgetting the horrific atrocities of the Holocaust. “Those who do not remember their past are condemned to repeat their ...

Support Rosemarie Rung

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I am writing to support Rosemarie Rung for a second term as Merrimack State Representative. Rosemarie has been a great Representative for Merrimack; championing clean water, toll removal and more state aid for our town. When Rosemarie speaks at Town Council meetings, it is apparent that she ...

Punish those who harm law enforcement

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By the end of September 2019, 30 U.S. law enforcement personnel had been killed while on duty. Thirty-seven have been killed this year. Non-fatal injuries have soared, too. It is not being inaccurate to note that many, probably most, police officers, sheriff’s deputies and other law ...

Chandley and independent redistricting

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This year’s elections are especially critical because whichever party takes the majority will be responsible for redistricting, or redrawing our legislative districts for the next 10 years. In 2010, Republicans used redistricting to bake in an advantage for their party, shifting the balance ...

Republican dirty tricks

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Republicans at the national level are well known for their dirty tricks over the years. At the local level, NH Republicans are also following suit. As an undeclared voter, I receive a lot of mail from both sides. The Republicans seem to take liberties with the truth. Jeb Bradley tells me ...