Concord, NH - Today, NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek issued the following statement after Democrats withdrew their lawsuit against House Bill 1264 based off of the New Hampshire Supreme Court’s recent response to questions on the case. HB1264 put New Hampshire in line with every other state when it comes to voter residency:
“After vilifying New Hampshire Republicans for years with false calls of voter suppression, New Hampshire Democrats are admitting today that their faux outrage was all a ruse when they realized they had no fighting chance in court. Democrats wasted everyone’s time and state resources in pursuing this partisan lawsuit.”
Concord, NH - NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement after it was reported that Senator Maggie Hassan is being interviewed and vetted by Joe Biden's team as a potential VP nominee:
"This report just confirms what we already knew - Maggie Hassan is always looking to take her next step while leaving New Hampshire in the rearview mirror. Maggie Hassan’s reckless and nationally embarrassing mismanagement of her Senate office disqualifies her from being taken seriously and would cause alarms in any serious vetting process. The Biden campaign is either grossly incompetent to consider her or this is just a cheap courtesy to feign interest interest in New Hampshire after such a poor showing in our First-in-the-Nation Primary."
Concord, NH - NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement after Democrat Executive Councilor Deb Pignatelli disgraced our nation's pledge during the lastest Executive Council meeting:
“Over 100,000 Veterans who have served our nation to protect Liberty and Justice for All currently reside in New Hampshire. It is disgraceful for Councilor Pignatelli to change our nation’s pledge in order to virtue signal to her out-of-touch base. Deb Pignatelli needs to immediately apologize for this disrespectful act to all Granite Staters. This just shows how disconnected from reality the Democrat majority in Concord is.”