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Op-Ed: Vote For Justice In Hillsborough County
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Op-Ed: Vote For Justice In Hillsborough County

VOTE FOR JUSTICE IN HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Many voters do not know the function and importance of their County Attorney. The Hillsborough County Attorney is the equivalent of what would be a District Attorney (DA) in larger city prosecution offices. The County Attorney is responsible for prosecution of the most serious offenses within the county, including...

Jim Valiquet For Merrimack County Sheriff Brings In Series Of New Endorsements
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Jim Valiquet For Merrimack County Sheriff Brings In Series Of New Endorsements

Jim Valiquet, candidate for Merrimack County Sheriff in New Hampshire has received a surge in recent endorsements from local members of the community. According to the campaign website, https://jimvaliquet.com/, four new endorsements have been released over the weekend. Mike Baillargeon, Secretary of NH Police, Fire and EMS Foundation, says, “Jim is a very caring individual,...

Letter to the Editor: Red Flag Laws
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Letter to the Editor: Red Flag Laws

I, Eli Clemmer, candidate for US Congress in New Hampshire’s second district, firmly support our second amendment rights. New Hampshire’s state house has once again tried to pass a string of Red Flag Laws. It is time for our state to take a stand: red flag laws are a serious concern for New Hampshire. They...

Letter: Elect James Valiquet for Merrimack County Sheriff
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Letter: Elect James Valiquet for Merrimack County Sheriff

To the residents of Merrimack County New Hampshire, I am announcing my candidacy for the position of the Merrimack County Sheriff. My fervent hope is to continue to work with the outstanding men and women of the Merrimack County Sheriff’s Department. The Merrimack County Sheriff’s Department has a tradition of superior law enforcement in serving...

Stay-at-Home 2.0 Goes to Court
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Stay-at-Home 2.0 Goes to Court

On Friday, May 15, Governor Sununu extended New Hampshire’s state of emergency a third time, through June 5, 2020. Since first pronouncing a state of emergency nearly two months ago, the governor has issued 40 decrees that profoundly affected virtually every aspect of life in New Hampshire.   Retail stores, manufacturing, hotels and tourism, recreation,...

Letter to the Editor: Reopening New Hampshire
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Letter to the Editor: Reopening New Hampshire

There’s been a lot of fear circulating around COVID19 lately, and it’s split between fear of the virus itself and fear of the unintended consequences of the lasting shutdown. I, Eli Clemmer, candidate for the U.S. Congress in the 2nd district, realize that there was good reason to be cautious with something so unknown and...