The New Hampshire Liberty Alliance
We're pleased to report that the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance has sent out over $33,000 in campaign donations to endorsed candidates this election cycle. Thank You, to all who have donated in the past.
Can you help us rebuild our campaign chest? Set up a monthly donation to our PAC now of any amount you would like to contribute at http://www.nhliberty.org/campaign-fund
The next Board meeting is scheduled for Saturday, November 12th at 6PM Area 23 (256 N State St, Unit H, Concord) in the Loft. NHLA members are welcome to attend.
The NH Liberty Alliance is preparing for pro- liberty legislation in the coming session. Please email your ideas and strategies for legislation to email@example.com
At our Board meeting held on Sunday, Oct 9, 2016, the Board of Directors voted unanimously to approve the following proposed bylaws amendments. All NHLA members are encouraged to review these proposed changes and provide any feedback to the Board at firstname.lastname@example.org. Per the procedure for changing the bylaws, these must be approved a second time by at least 4/5 of the Board prior to taking effect. The next Board meeting is currently scheduled to take place on November 12th. These proposed changes will also be included in the October newsletter and emailed to all members.
Nominations for Chairman of the Board of Directors and Director of Research are open until November 15th. The elections will begin on November 18, 2016.
All full and lifetime members are eligible to run for these positions. Members of the Board of Directors serve two-year terms.
We urge members to nominate qualified candidates, including themselves. To submit a nomination send an email to: email@example.com
The next Board meeting is scheduled for Saturday, September 3rd at 2PM Molly's Restaurant (35 Mont Vernon Road, New Boston) in the Loft. NHLA members are welcome to attend.
This is the thirteenth annual Liberty Rating issued by the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance, based on 98 roll call votes in the House, 37 roll call votes in the Senate, and 122 pieces of sponsored legislation.