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NHDP Statement: Sununu administration facing another ethical violation

Concord, N.H. – Today, the Valley News reported that New Hampshire Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut used his position to help a Croydon School Board member with a job opening. Croydon School Board is currently being sued by Edelblut’s Department of Education, and Edelblut recently admitted to a $1,000 anonymous donation to the Croydon School Board’s defense against […]

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NHDP files Executive Branch Ethics Committee Complaint against Governor Sununu

Concord, N.H. – Yesterday, The New Hampshire Democratic Party filed a complaint with the Executive Branch Ethics Committee concerning Governor Sununu’s use of his official Twitter account to promote his family business. In a Tweet from the Governor’s official account, as opposed to his personal one, Sununu mentioned and promoted Waterville Valley. This free advertising from the platform of the […]

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NHDP Statement on the passing of Senator Scott McGilvray

Concord, N.H. – NHDP Chairman Ray Buckley issued the following statement on the passing of Senator Scott McGilvray: “We are shocked and deeply saddened to hear of Senator Scott McGilvray’s passing. Senator McGilvray will be remembered for his deep dedication to education and for the young people and educators whose lives he has impacted so greatly over […]

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RELEASE: GOP Sen. Avard’s bill will kick children in extreme poverty off of food stamps

Concord, N.H. – Today, the Republican New Hampshire Senate voted to pass SB7, a bill introduced by Republican State Senator Kevin Avard and originally written by the national GOP organization, Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA). The bill would establish a work requirement, mandate child support payments in exchange for welfare benefits, and change some recipients’ eligibility statuses. The […]

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NHDP Statement: Edelblut’s avoidance of questions on Croydon raises suspicions

Concord, N.H. – Today, the Valley News reported that Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut refused to comment on whether or not he was an anonymous donor to the Croydon School Board’s GoFundMe page, which is raising money for their defense against the Department of Education. As Education Commissioner, Edelblut is heading the department that is bringing […]

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