Concord, NH - Republican Party of Iowa Chairman Jeff Kaufmann, Republican Party of New Hampshire Chairman Stephen Stepanek, Nevada Republican Party Chairman Michael J. McDonald, and South Carolina Republican Party Chairman Drew McKissick released the following joint statement in response to the Nevada Legislature passing AB 126 which makes changes to the Presidential Primary process:
“As the GOP leaders of the four carve out states, we want to make clear that we stand together in protecting the Presidential nominating schedule as it has existed for many years. Our alliance is strong and we will continue to work together to preserve this historic process.”
Concord, NH - NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement regarding the state of Joe Biden and Maggie Hassan's America:
“America is in desperate need of a course correction,” said NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek. “It’s 1979 again. As gas prices soar as quickly as fuel shortages spread across the country, Americans are scrambling to ensure they have the resources to get to work and keep food on the table. Inflation is at its highest point in over a decade and interest rate hike fears drive our stock market down. While our ally Israel is under direct rocket attacks, President Biden and his administration are nowhere to be found. Instead of fighting for Granite Staters during these chaotic times, Maggie Hassan, Chris Pappas, Ann Kuster, and Jeanne Shaheen are focused in their efforts on a Federal takeover of our election laws via HR1 and S1, an abdication of their duties and responsibilities to New Hampshire. With the Biden administration refusing to mitigate national issues, it is pertinent for our Federal delegation to stay focused on what’s important to Granite Staters.”
Concord, NH - NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement after young Republican Sebastian Sharonov's victory in the Manchester Ward 6 Special Election:
“I want to congratulate Alderman-elect Sebastian Sharonov on his victory tonight in the Manchester Ward 6 Special Election," said NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek. "I know that Sebastian’s grassroots campaign and the Manchester GOP Chaired by Rep. Will Infantine organized and talked to the voters of Ward 6 and delivered this victory for Manchester taxpayers tonight. Mayor Joyce Craig endorsed and heavily campaigned for the other candidate tonight, and the results speak for themselves. Manchester taxpayers are tired of what they’re getting from Mayor Craig and the Manchester Democrats and they are ready to vote for change this November.”
This is the second New Hampshire Republican Special Election win in the last three weeks, after Republican Bill Boyd beat Democrat Wendy Thomas on April 13th in the Merrimack Special Election to replace late Speaker Dick Hinch in the New Hampshire House of Representatives.