Thursday, May 3, 2012
Ovide Lamontagne, Kevin Smith, Frank Guinta and Charles Bass were invited to Sunday's gala in Rye featuring the right-wing activist.
The New Hampshire Democratic Party is calling on Republican gubernatorial candidates Ovide Lamontagne and Kevin Smith and Congressmen Frank Guinta and Charles Bass to refuse to attend a GOP gala in Rye on Sunday because right-wing activist James O'Keefe will be in attendance. In a conference call Thursday, New Hampshire Democratic Party Chairman Raymond Buckley and former party Chairman Kathy Sullivan said the GOP candidates should refuse to stand with O'Keefe. "I'm really disappointed that the Republican Party would have someone like Mr. O'Keefe come into New Hampshire on their behalf," Sullivan said. "I find it's really sad and disappointing these elected officials are willing to overlook the actions Mr. O'Keefe and his associates are …
Friday, April 20, 2012
The event kicks off the N.H. GOP's 2012 campaign season.
The Rye Republicans Town Committee will host a variety of high-ranking New Hampshire conservatives in a couple of weeks during a reception designed as a kickstart to the 2012 election season. The gala reception is from 3:30 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, May 6, at the Abenaqui Country Club at 731 Central Road in Rye. A variety of elected officials and candidates are expected for the event — which will have hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar — including: The price of the gala is $20 per person, and RSVPs can be sent to email@example.com. More information about the event is available on the Rye Republicans Town Committee website or by contacting Chairwoman Diane Bitter at 964-4161 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, December 19, 2011
Anita Perry reassured Granite Staters Monday that her husband's campaign won't end despite recent low polling.
As political pundits and experts continue to speculate about the future of Rick Perry’s presidential bid and his stagnant polling numbers, the Texas governor’s wife wanted Monday to make one point clear to New Hampshire voters. The Perrys can come back. “We are not going to drop out,” said Anita Perry. “We’ve gotten this far. We’re not going to drop out.” Anita Perry spoke in front of roughly 50 people Monday afternoon at a Seacoast Republican Women’s tea party, which was held in Rye at the home of Diane Bitter, the head of the Rye Republicans Town Committee and vice chairwoman of Granite State Patriots Liberty PAC. Anita Perry said her husband “has done well" since his infamous "oops” on the national debate stage last month, and she said …