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January 28,2023 – February 18,2023

Volunteer to help elect David Walker to the NH House

VOLUNTEER WITH US
on Saturday, FEB 11th
Rochester Special ElectionWe need all hands on deck to help elect David Walker to the NH House.
With your support, the 603 Alliance is contributing $500 to help him win, – but the Democrats are spending big on this race, so our candidate needs all the help he can get.
The NH House currently has 201 Republicans and 197 Democrats. Over the next two years, a lot of bills will be decided by just one or two votes. The Rochester Ward 4 runoff election is coming up in less than a month.
We need help with door-knocking & lit-drops on February 11th, and all hands on deck for election day.
CLICK HERE: SIGN UP TO HELP DAVID WALKER WIN
OR
DONATE TO SUPPORT DAVID WALKER FOR STATE REP
(be sure to check the “David Walker” box)

January 31,2023

9:00 am – 10:00 am
NH State Bill 141 - save the education freedom accounts!

🗓️ January 31st 2023❗️

NH Senate Bill 141 would essentially toss out every child from the Education Freedom Account Program that didn’t come to the EFA program directly from a Public School and make enrollment in public school for a year a requirement to be eligible for the EFA program. The Public Hearing is this Tuesday 1/31/2023 at 9:15am in Legislative Office Building Room 101 in Concord NH. Please come in person to Oppose this bill, and/or email the Senate to voice your Opposition❗️

📧Ruth.Ward@leg.state.nh.us
📧Carrie.Gendreau@leg.state.nh.us
📧Timothy.Lang@leg.state.nh.us
📧Donovan.Fenton@leg.state.nh.us
📧Suzanne.Prentiss@leg.state.nh.us
📧peter.mulvey@leg.state.nh.us

✅NH Senate Remote Sign in Link 👉🏻 https://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/Senate/schedule/eventDetails.aspx?event=629&et=1

✔️Bill Link 👉🏻 https://legiscan.com/NH/text/SB141/2023

10:30 am – 11:30 pm
Say NO to inspection stickers in NH help pass HB646

EMERGENCY UPDATE: https://www.facebook.com/stickerRacket/posts/pfbid02vfguwmLsYRrD8vH4s6wJrhagaDRwuv5wHrKZ9YLH8k1JDvNB2wR9tU4ma8TFBNXAl

House Transportation Committee has scheduled it’s public hearing for HB646 for TOMORROW TUESDAY JANUARY 31st @ 10:30AM in the Legislative Office Building (building behind state house) room “201-203”. They are also having their “Executive Session” on the bill later this afternoon. This is recent news as there was no committee hearing date posted as of Friday morning. Someone is trying to bury this bill in committee.
If you want to get rid of inspection stickers in NH and pass HB 646, please do 5 things:
1. Like and SHARE this post everywhere you can. Post it in groups, and text a link to your friends.
2. If you can take the day off tomorrow, attend in person tomorrow and testify as to why NH should get rid of inspection stickers.
3. Please email ALL the committee members at HouseTransportationCommittee@leg.state.nh.us
4. Please contact YOUR state representatives (and senators)
5. Please submit your “written testimony” and/or sign the petition here:
https://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/house/committees/remotetestimony/

February 1,2023

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Ward 5 Nashua - mayoral town hall

Pack the venue as Mayor Donchess takes his circus act on the road. Bring your hard questions to ask.

February 2,2023

6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
What is Political Civility Today? (online event)

The Tocqueville Lecture Series is excited to host Dr. Lee Trepanier (Samford University). His presentation, “What is Political Civility Today?” highlights some of the challenges that confront those that advocate for political civility and why it is needed in our public discourse.
The hybrid event will occur through a Zoom Webinar and at B01 Merrill Hall on the campus of Jacksonville State University. You will receive a hyperlink to the Zoom Webinar upon registering at http://bit.ly/TLSTrepanie.
A Q&A will follow Dr. Trepanier’s presentation, which will take questions from the virtual and in-person audience.
This event is open and free to all. It is possible due to generous grants from The Jack Miller Center and the Alabama Humanities Alliance.