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Pat Long Gone

Ward 3 Manchester, NH Alderman Pat Long lost a seat on that board by just seven votes out of over a thousand cast. That is a close race. I wonder if Pat Long has any second thoughts about elections and “one man one vote” now that he has time on his hands? It wasn’t that long ago Alderman Long was interviewing me on Girardatlarge.com Radio. The subject of voter fraud came up and we discussed it in detail. Being that I was with Project Veritas during the 2016 NH Presidential Primary when Alderman long was working as a ballot...

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Livingston’s Political Contributions and a GAL Walk-In

(Hour 1a) Rich began this morning’s show by informing the listeners that after a preliminary review of Mayor-elect Joyce Craig’s filing reports he found that former Manchester Superintendent Debra Livingston contributed as much to the campaign as she is suing the Manchester School District for.  He then talked to John Sartorelli in Manchester, who told the Humble Host about how he found the show.  Finally, they spoke about public officials who opted to take taxpayer-funded health insurance.  Tune in to get all of the...

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Recounting the Queen City Elections

(Hour 1a) Rich opened this morning by talking about his late night and by taking a call from Eric in Manchester, who wondered what program will air in the place of the Girard at Large radio show next week and about whether he thinks that Alderman Patrick Long will win the recount that he filed for.  Rich then spoke to the listeners about those who are filing for recount and why they should.  Tune in to get all of the...

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On Air News Read for November 10, 2017

Saying he is, quote “grounded in the people and places of New Hampshire,” District Four Executive Councilor Christopher Pappas, Democrat from Manchester, announced he will be a candidate for Congress in the First District.  In a Facebook post that went up yesterday afternoon, Pappas said Washington Republicans weren’t addressing the needs of the middle-class and that he wanted to be part of a new generation of leadership to turn things around. On the “About Chris” page on the Web site published in conjunction with the announcement, Pappas is praised for his work as an executive councilor who helped lead...

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On Air News Read for November 9, 2017

Manchester’s official election results were  released yesterday by City Clerk Matthew Normand.  While there wasn’t much change once the tallies from the hand counted ballots were added to the unofficial machine count, some of them may have been significant.  A total of twenty two thousand eight hundred thirty ballots were cast, which Normand says was the most since nineteen ninety nine. Mayor Ted Gatsas boosted his vote count over two years ago by five hundred twenty four, tallying a total of ten thousand five hundred seventy.  But, as we know, that wasn’t enough to overcome rival Joyce Craig’s final...

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Queen City Elections: Recount Requests

(Hour 1c) Rich talked to the listeners about recounts.  He told the listeners that there are a number of races from the recent Queen City elections that he believes should move forward with a recount and he explained different situations in which the votes may not be accurately tallied.  He then explained spoiled ballots, over votes and more.  Finally, he took a call from Ward 6 ballot inspector Albert Jernigan, who shared from his experience with votes.  Tune in to get all of the details!...

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Ward 3 Debate: Alderman Patrick Long v. Tim Baines

(Hours 3a,b,c) Rich interviewed Alderman Patrick Long and Tim Baines, who are running for Alderman in Ward 3.  They started by sharing their backgrounds, before taking a call from John in Hooksett.  John inquired about healthcare benefits and Baines pointed out why he thought that it was time for new leadership in the Ward.  Tune in to hear the discussion that ensued.     (Hour 3b) Rich continued where he left off in his moderation of the debate between Alderman Long and Tim Baines.  They addressed the closing of Lowell Street before speaking about working with the budget and overriding...

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2017 Election Debate Discussions

(Hours 1a,b) Rich opened this morning’s show by talking about broadcasting issues.  He then shared exciting announcements about next week’s show calendar and informed the listeners about why he’s offended by Mayoral candidate Joyce Craig’s apparent refusal to accept his invitation to come on the show.  Tune in to get the details! Click here for the mentioned archive post. (Hour 1b) Rich started by making a correction to something that he said in the previous segment.  He then spoke about John Lyscars’ involvement in an event scheduled for tonight and addressed those who have criticized an event that Ward...

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Craig’s Criticisms: Pay to Play Politics

(Hour 2a) Rich began the segment by talking about the Las Vegas shooting.  He then discussed the rezoning on South Mammoth Road, pointing out Mayoral candidate Joyce Craig’s claims of pay to play politics.  Tune in to hear all about it!...

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Rezoning Manchester: Hypocrisy and a Split Board

(Hour 3a) Rich started the hour by talking about Mayoral candidate Joyce Craig’s decision to not accept his invitation to come on the show today in the absence of Mayor  Ted Gatsas.  He then tackled the rezoning in Southern Manchester, pointing out his opinion that Kevin Cavanaugh is handling the situation well.  Finally, he addressed hypocrisy that is being seen on the Board of Mayor and Aldermen and informed the listeners about statements made from the opposition.  Tune in to get the details!...

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