The New Hampshire Republican State Committee yesterday asked the New Hampshire Department of Justice to review Governess Margaret Wood Hassan’s attempt to pressure state agencies into ignoring the Right to Know Law.
(Hour 3b, c) (Hour 3b) Mayor Ted Gatsas sang the praises of “anyone who puts their name on a ballot” and gave us his take on yesterday’s primary
(Hour 2a) Our humble host cited recent stories in the NH Union Leader on Common Core. Welcome to the party, folks. We’re happy to have you! Common Core was a big issue in last week’s elections and Rich goes ward by ward to make his case. A BIG issue, thanks in no small part to […]
(Hour 3a) Rich offered a ward by ward examination of the final numbers for last week’s election. The Democratic Party’s turnout? Very good. The Republican Party’s turnout? Not so good. What do those final numbers really mean to the winners and losers. And why was the GOP turnout so poor?
(Hour 3b, c) Former Chairman of the Manchester Republican Committee Will Infantine joined us for a shockingly blunt interview about politics in the Queen City. “I am done,” proclaimed Will, “with City politics that have become a cesspool. It’s getting really dirty out there. It’s garbage.” After 10 years in politics, he’s ready to move on […]
In this episode, we tackle the antics of Joe Kelly Levasseur during this election cycle and beyond. Rich was asked why JKL keeps calling him “stinky.” Rich went after Ward 10 Alderman-Elect Bill Barry for his actions of retribution. He also went into the preliminary turnout numbers from the election. All is not as some […]
(Hour 1b) Rich corrected his
The votes are in and the tallies are now official. Mayor Ted Gatsas received eight thousand one hundred and six votes, or fifty two point four six percent of the ballots cast, two more than the unofficial tally released after the election.
(Hour 1a, 2a, 3a) Rich started the show by eating some crow on some of his election predictions. Some were solid, some were not. A closer than expected contest, he’s looking forward to diving into the numbers.
(Hour 3b, c) Fresh off of his victory in last night’s election, Mayor Ted Gatsas stopped in to discuss the hard-fought contest and how proud that his campaign did not engage in