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Voter Fraud Proven by the Numbers

(Hours 1b,c,2a,b)  Rich and Ed Naile discussed the topic of non-citizens voting in Virginia.  Ed then talked about the 2017 release of the states involved in the Interstate Crosscheck program.  They went through the numbers of voters in New Hampshire with the same first name, same last name AND same birthdate registered in other states.  Tune in for all of the details! Click here to follow along with the Interstate Crosscheck Program numbers. Click here for more information about the voter fraud taking place in Virginia. Click here for the registered voter numbers in NH that were discussed. (Hour 1c)...

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Morin’s First Annual NH Turkey Awards

(Hour 3a, b) (Hour 3a) Kimberly Morin of Examiner.com had to do extensive research to populate her list for her First Annual NH Turkey Awards.  Morin gave us the ground rules before diving in.  Gobble gobble gobble! (Hour 3b) Who knew there were so many turkeys living within the NH state lines?  The list is long and distinguished! Read Morin’s article  1st Annual Turkey Awards in NH...

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Glassner on Missed Opportunities for GOP; Big Bucks, Worse Results at US DOE

(Hour 3b, c) (Hour 3b) Senior Fellow Sid Glassner saluted the troops in anticipation of Veteran’s Day.  We saluted Sid for his service, too! Glassner shared his disappointment for the very little conversation on Public Education during the last election cycle. He believes candidates like Marilinda Garcia missed a golden opportunity to call out Annie Kuster & her Democrat comrades for their undying support of the U.S. Department of Education. (Hour 3c) Glassner attempted to take a 5th grade language arts smarter balanced exam.  The results were frustrating, to say the least.  Glassner doesn’t believe such a complicated process...

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Election 2014: Federal, State Results

(Hour 1a, b) (Hour 1a) Rich reviewed last night’s predictable election results… with a few surprises.  How did the numbers play out in Manchester and the surrounding towns? Did the Democrats’ War on Women, Part 2 campaign strategy work again? Read more in the On Air News Read (Hour 1b) Rich discussed several key local races.  And a possible blueprint for conservatives in Nashua. Also, our thoughts on WI Governor Scott Walker’s reelection.  A GOP contender for the White House in...

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Benard: “It’s Personal on Abortion Issue”

(Hour 3c) Manchester mom Patrice Benard called in to debate our host on the issue of abortion and voting for Pro-Choice Republican candidates. She shared her own personal story to explain why choosing to terminate an unborn child is not an option. Compromising on the issue isn’t either. Editor’s note: two segments have been combined together for this archive (at...

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On Air News Read for November 5, 2014

Well, it’s “the day after” and the election results are mixed in the State of New Hampshire.  While it was a good night for Democrats at the top of the ticket, Republicans made significant gains in lower offices.   With just under ninety percent of precincts reporting, Governor Margaret Wood Hassan, who sounded an awful lot like a candidate for the U S Senate in two thousand sixteen in her victory speech last night, has about a twenty thousand vote lead over G O P challenger and first time candidate Walt Havenstein. Incumbent Democrat Senator Jeanne Shaheen, Health Care Queen, bested former Bay State Senator Scott Brown in a race that Brown didn’t concede until nearly Midnight.  Fewer than fifteen thousand votes separate the two with eighty eight percent of precincts reporting. Congresswoman Ann McLane Kuster, who outspent Republican rival Marilinda Garcia by five to one, leads by roughly twenty thousand votes with eighty nine percent of precincts having reported. Former Republican Congressman Frank Guinta won the rubber match with Democrat incumbent Carol Shea Porter.  With eighty eight percent of the precincts reporting, Guinta leads by about six thousand votes. Obviously, there’ll be discussion about this during this morning’s show. Nationally, the Republicans have picked up seven seats in the Senate, taking Democratic seats in Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Montana, North Carolina, South Dakota and West Virginia.  The Commonwealth of...

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Senator Shaheen: “Proud of Her Record”

(Hour 1b) Eileen Landies, Republican candidate for NH Senate District 20, called in from the polls. Rich lampooned Senator Jeanne Shaheen for her laughable debate performance.  She claims to be proud of her record.  Rich cited the reasons why she probably shouldn’t be.  And why NH voters should think twice about not voting for her opponent.  See the New Day video for Scott Brown Roland from Manchester called in with a question about Shaheen’s involvement in the IRS scandal.  We shared breaking news later in the...

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The Argument for GOP Moderates over Radical Democrats

(Hour 3b) As a rule, Rich doesn’t advocate for moderate Republicans. He made an exception today, facing the prospect of having to endure another two years of Governor Maggie Hassan, Congresswomen Carol-Shea Porter & Annie Kuster and six more years of Senator Jeanne Shaheen.  It was a radical rant. NH State Rep. candidate Victoria Sullivan (MHT Ward 9) called...

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On Air News Read for November 4, 2011

It’s Election Day in New Hampshire and we know what that means.  Tomorrow is the unofficial start of the two thousand sixteen First in the Nation Presidential Primary.  Hopefully, we’ll get some kind of break from it all.  I mean, c’mon, outside groups have spent some twenty four million dollars just in the U S Senate race alone, with pro-Scott Brown forces spending ten million and pro-Jeanne Shaheen spending fourteen.  While polling places in many of the towns surrounding Manchester open at seven this morning, the Queen City’s polls are open now and will stay open until seven tonight.  Most polling places close at seven across the region, but some do stay open until eight.  We’ve linked to the listing of towns in our region on Girard at Large dot com which will get you to that town’s Web site so you can see what times your community’s polling places are open. A special note for voters in Merrimack!  Your police department has put out a notice to use O’Gara Drive to enter Merrimack High School and and exit via McElwain Street to safely facilitate traffic in and out of the high school, which is the town’s only voting place.  Your polls will be open from seven to seven today.  They said please in their alert, so we urge your cooperation.   In addition to voters and the usual gaggle of...

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Havenstein: Hassan Hasn’t Earned a Second Term

(Hour 2a) Walt Havenstein called in from the campaign trail to discuss a NH economy “bogged down by excessive taxes and oppressive regulations.” Havenstein had much to say about the negative impact of Medicaid Expansion (Obamacare) and the increased costs of energy.  He attributes it in large part to Governor Maggie Hassan’s embrace of Obama’s policies and her commitment to new spending that will eventually lead to a NH income tax. “Governor Hassan hasn’t earned a second term.  She may thinks she’s entitled to one, but she hasn’t earned one.” Havenstein shared the details on his “opportunity-driven” plan to...

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