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Queen City Primary: Voting Results and Misleading Indications

(Hours 1a,2a,b,3a) Rich opened this morning’s show by talking about yesterday’s elections.  He started by commenting on listener participation and his acquisition of the voting information, before speaking about the results of the Mayoral race.  He pointed out that Mayor Ted Gatsas didn’t perform as poorly as the Democratic Party would have you think.  Tune in to get the details!   (Hour 2a) Rich and Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, discussed the voter data that Rich prepared.  They made comparisons with a past Primary and Rich wondered who would turnout in the General Election....

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Wiretapping in Trump Tower and a Democratic Party Statement

(Hour 1b) Rich and Ed Naile began the segment by talking about the wiretapping and spying on President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort.  Rich then read a statement issued by the Democratic Party, providing his own commentary while doing so.  Tune in to get the details! Click here, here and here for more information about the wire tapping and click here to read the Democratic Party’s statement. ...

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UNH’s In-State Tuition Application and a Voter Loophole

(Hour 1c) Rich talked to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  At Ed’s prompting Rich read the University of New Hampshire’s application for in-state tuition.  They discussed the comparison of residency and domicile, commented on a loophole for voting, and took a call from Albert in Manchester.  Tune in to get all of the details! Click here to view the NEWBURGER v. PETERSON case....

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The Race to Diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease

(Hour 2c) Rich talked to Judy Loubier of Seniors Helping Seniors for Caring for Seniors.  Judy began by talking about the upcoming Walk to End Alzheimer’s event and a recent study out of New York, which is investigating whether or not plaque buildup in the retina of the eye could lead to a prognosis.  Then then discussed a Peanut Butter test, analyzing President Ronald Reagan’s speech and more.  Tune in to get the details!...

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Mayor Gatsas on the Primary, Drug Problem, Education, Etc.

(Hours 3b,c) Rich talked to Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas.  Their conversation tackled the following issues: Mayoral Primary results Working with Ward candidates Did race for Governor hurt Mayoral race? Contract for new statewide standardized test (Hour 3c) Rich and the Mayor continued with:  Last week’s meeting with the Executive Council What is ‘Helping Hands’? Housing for those trying to get on the straight and narrow Questions from John Lyscars regarding healthcare benefits for Government workers Progress made by Manchester School District Superintendent Vargas...

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The Mayoral Race and Voter Turnout Speculation

(Hour 1a) Rich opened this morning’s show by talking about today’s mayoral race in the Queen City.  He pointed out that historically Democrats get better turnouts in these races and reminisced about the closeness of past elections.  Tune in to get the details!...

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Elizabeth Moreau’s Campaign and the South End’s Protest Petition

(Hour 1b) Rich started the segment by taking a call from Elizabeth Moreau, who is a Ward 6 candidate for Alderman.  They talked about topics that are discussed while campaigning door-to-door and spoke about the development of single family versus high density housing.  Finally, Rich shared about a protest petition that the residents of the South End put in response to the planned development of high density housing.  Tune in to get the details!...

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Queen City Candidate Comments and Preparing for the Police Exam

(Hours 1c,2a) Rich opened the segment by taking a call from Ward 8 Aldermanic candidate John Cataldo, who talked about top issues that he has heard about and explained his stance on overriding the tax cap.  He then took a call from Ward 6 School Board candidate Jon DiPietro, who informed the listeners that voting is taking place at McLaughlin Middle School and shared about rezoning on South Mammoth Road.  Finally, retired officer Jim Gaudet interviewed Rich about his Manchester Police exam for Public Safety This Week.   (Hour 2a) Jim stayed over for a second segment to continue his...

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Should Manchester School Board Members Receive Tax-Funded Healthcare Benefits?

(Hour 2b) After sharing his enthusiasm for today’s police exam, Rich informed the listeners that the Manchester School District has released the names of the School Board members who have taken the city’s tax-provided healthcare insurance benefits.  He discussed those who are taking the benefits and conveyed criticisms that he has heard from constituents.  He then took a call from John Lyscars, who displayed his criticisms about the benefits package....

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The Queen City Elections and an Oral Board Interview

(Hours 2c,3a) Rich continued in his coverage of the election, telling the listeners what he’s looking for in this race.  He then went Ward by Ward in informing the listeners about those whose names are on the ballot.  Tune in to get the details! (Hour 3a) Rich was joined by Dr. Jeffrey Czarnec, who guest hosted the remainder of the show.  They discussed Rich’s upcoming oral board interview for the Manchester Police Department exams, before Rich continued where he left off in his coverage of the Queen City...

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