Rino of the Day: David Pierce

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Pierce is a candidate for House in Hillsborough District 6 (Goffstown)

Pierce’s record has been consistent – consistently awful for four years. He is against the Second Amendment, for taxpayer funding of abortions, and for higher taxes of all sorts.

Broke his pledge to “oppose all efforts to impose a sales, income or other broadbased tax on the taxpayers of the State of New Hampshire” by voting for a tax of “0.67 percent of wages” to fund the Family and Medical Leave Act.

He also voted…

against collecting abortion statistics
against competition in health care
against fireworks
against fireworks
against free speech for talk therapists
against free speech near abortion facilities
against freedom of choice in health insurance
against informing a jury of its rights
against informing a jury of its rights
against informing a jury of its rights
against informing a jury of its rights
against informing a jury of its rights
against letting cars have tinted side windows
against letting people buy health insurance across state lines
against people buying health insurance across state lines
against protecting the natural rights of children
against punishing false statements
against requiring a search warrant to obtain blood samples
against right to know about collective bargaining
against right to know about collective bargaining
against Right to Know about public meetings
against Right to Work
against rights of conscience for medical professionals.
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
against use of sound suppressors when hunting
for a new road use tax
for allowing coercive abortions on minors
for allowing men in women’s bathrooms
for an income tax
for higher business taxes
for higher energy prices
for higher energy rates
for higher energy rates
for higher fish and game fees
for higher gas taxes
for higher marriage license fees
for higher spending
for higher taxes
for higher taxes
for prohibiting cell phone use even while stopped at a light
for taxpayer funding of abortions
for taxpayer funding of sex change
for using taxpayer money for lobbying

Rino of the Day: Frank Kotowski

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Kotowski is a candidate for House in Merrimack District 24 (Hooksett)

He is against the Second Amendments, for abortion, and for higher taxes and fees.

He also voted…

against competition in health care
against fireworks
against free speech near abortion clinics
against informing a jury of its rights
against informing a jury of its rights
against letting people buy health insurance across state lines
against people buying health insurance across state lines
against protecting the natural rights of children
against punishing false statements
against requiring a search warrant to obtain blood samples
against right to know about collective bargaining
against right to know about collective bargaining
against Right to Know about public meetings
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
for a new road use tax
for a new shrimp license
for higher business taxes
for higher energy rates
for higher fish and game fees
for higher gas taxes
for higher marriage license fees
for higher spending
for higher taxes
for higher tobacco taxes
for micro-managing businesses
for prohibiting cell phone use even while stopped at a light
for taxpayer funding of abortions
for taxpayer funding of abortions
for taxpayer funding of abortions
for taxpayer funding of sex change

Rino of the Day: James Devine

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Devine is a candidate for House in Rockingham District 4 (Auburn, Chester, Sandown)

He is against the Second Amendment, and for higher taxes and fees.

He also voted…

against collecting abortion statistics
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
for a carbon tax
for allowing coercive abortions on minors
for allowing men in women’s bathrooms
for an income tax
for higher energy rates
for higher energy rates
for minimum wage
for prohibiting cell phone use even while stopped at a light
for sex change surgery for minors
for using taxpayer money for lobbying
against education freedom savings accounts
against education freedom savings accounts
against fireworks
against fireworks
against free speech for talk therapists
against free speech near abortion facilities
against freedom of choice in health insurance
against letting cars have tinted side windows
against parental rights
against protecting the natural rights of children
against requiring a search warrant to obtain blood samples
against right to know about collective bargaining
against Right to Work

Rino of the Day: Richard Tripp

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Tripp is a candidate for House in Rockingham District 6 (Derry)

He also voted…

against free speech near abortion facilities
against informing a jury of its rights
against letting cars have tinted side windows
against people buying health insurance across state lines
against protecting the natural rights of children
against right to know about collective bargaining
against Right to Work
against the Second Amendment
for a new road use tax
for allowing coercive abortions on minors
for higher energy rates
for higher energy rates
for prohibiting cell phone use even while stopped at a light
for using taxpayer money for lobbying

Rino of the Day: John Klose

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Klose is a candidate for House in Merrimack District 21 (Epsom, Pittsfield)

He also voted…

against education freedom savings accounts
against freedom of choice in health insurance
against letting cars have tinted side windows
against people buying health insurance across state lines
against requiring a search warrant to obtain blood samples
against right to know about collective bargaining
against Right to Work
against rights of conscience for medical professionals.
against the Second Amendment
for higher energy rates
for prohibiting cell phone use even while stopped at a light
for using taxpayer money for lobbying

Rino of the Day: Phil Bean

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Bean is a candidate for the House in Rockingham District 21 (Hampton)

He broke his pledge to “oppose all efforts to impose a sales, income or other broadbased tax on the taxpayers of the State of New Hampshire” by voting for a tax of “0.67 percent of wages” to fund the Family and Medical Leave Act.

He also voted…

against collecting abortion statistics
against education freedom savings accounts
against fireworks
against free speech for talk therapists
against letting cars have tinted side windows
against people buying health insurance across state lines
against requiring a search warrant to obtain blood samples
against right to know about collective bargaining
against Right to Work
against rights of conscience for medical professionals.
against the Second Amendment
for a new road use tax
for allowing coercive abortions on minors
for allowing men in women’s bathrooms
for an income tax
for higher rooms tax
for prohibiting cell phone use even while stopped at a light
for using taxpayer money for lobbying

Rino of the Day: Vicki Schwaegler

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Schwaegler is a candidate for House in Grafton Distric 3 (Bath, Benton, Easton, Landaff, Orford, Piermont, Warren)

Her record might have been worse but she was absent for 65 votes.

She also voted…

against free speech for talk therapists
against free speech for talk therapists
against letting cars have tinted side windows
against people buying health insurance across state lines
against requiring a search warrant to obtain blood samples
against right to know about collective bargaining
against the Second Amendment
for a new road use tax
for allowing men in women’s bathrooms
for an income tax (once, thereafter voted against it)
for higher energy rates
for higher energy rates
for higher energy rates
for higher energy rates
for higher energy rates
for using taxpayer money for lobbying

Rino of the Day: William Marsh

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William Marsh is a candidate for the House in Carroll County District 8 (Moultonborough, Sandwich, Tuftonboro, Brookfield, Effingham, Ossipee, Wakefield)

He is tied for worst of first-termers. Most Reps need more years to cast so many bad votes.

He broke his pledge to “oppose all efforts to impose a sales, income or other broadbased tax on the taxpayers of the State of New Hampshire” by voting for a tax of “0.67 percent of wages” to fund the Family and Medical Leave Act.

He also voted…

against collecting abortion statistics
against education freedom savings accounts
against fireworks
against free speech for talk therapists
against letting cars have tinted side windows
against parental rights
against parental rights
against people buying health insurance across state lines
against protecting the natural rights of children
against punishing fetal homicide
against requiring a search warrant to obtain blood samples
against right to know about collective bargaining
against right to know about collective bargaining
against rights of conscience for medical professionals.
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
for a new road use tax
for allowing coercive abortions on minors
for allowing men in women’s bathrooms
for an income tax
for higher energy rates
for higher energy rates
for higher energy rates
for higher energy rates
for higher rooms tax
for prohibiting cell phone use even while stopped at a light
for taxpayer funding of sex change
for using taxpayer money for lobbying

Rino of the Day: John Graham

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John Graham is a candidate for the House in Hillsborough District 7.

He is against the Second Amendment and for higher taxes and fees.
He voted for a tax of “0.67 percent of wages” to fund the Family and Medical Leave Act.

He also voted…

against collecting abortion statistics
against freedom of choice in health insurance
against informing a jury of its rights
against informing a jury of its rights
against letting cars have tinted side windows
against protecting the natural rights of children
against requiring a search warrant to obtain blood samples
against right to know about collective bargaining
against right to know about collective bargaining
against rights of conscience for medical professionals.
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
for a new road use tax
for a new shrimp license
for allowing coercive abortions on minors
for higher boat registration fees
for higher business taxes
for higher business taxes
for higher energy rates
for higher gas taxes
for higher taxes
for higher tobacco taxes
for using taxpayer money for lobbying

Rino of the Day: Mark Proulx

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Mark Proulx is a House candidate in Hillsborough District 44

Proulx is for taxpayer funding of abortions, and for higher taxes and fees.

He broke his pledge to “oppose all efforts to impose a sales, income or other broadbased tax on the taxpayers of the State of New Hampshire” by voting for a tax of “0.67 percent of wages” to fund the Family and Medical Leave Act.

He also voted…

against collecting abortion statistics
against competition in health care
against free speech for talk therapists
against free speech near abortion facilities
against free speech near abortion facilities
against freedom of choice in health insurance
against informing a jury of its rights
against informing a jury of its rights
against local control of education
against protecting the natural rights of children
against punishing false statements
against right to know about collective bargaining
against right to know about collective bargaining
against Right to Know about public meetings
against Right to Work
against rights of conscience for medical professionals.
against the Second Amendment
for a new road use tax
for abortion even after fetus can feel pain
for abortion even after viability
for allowing coercive abortions on minors
for an income tax
for euthanasia
for higher energy prices
for higher energy rates
for higher fish and game fees
for higher gas taxes
for higher marriage license fees
for higher spending
for higher taxes
for higher taxes
for late-term abortions
for micro-managing businesses
for taxpayer funding of abortions
for taxpayer funding of abortions
for taxpayer funding of abortions
for using taxpayer money for lobbying

Rino of the Day: Fred Doucette

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Fred Doucette is a House candidate from Rockingham District 8

Doucette is for taxpayer funding of abortions, against the Second Amendment, and for higher taxes and fees.

He also voted…

against competition in health care
against free speech near abortion facilities
against freedom of choice in health insurance
against informing a jury of its rights
against informing a jury of its rights
against protecting infants born alive during an abortion
against punishing false statements
against Right to Work
against the Second Amendment
against the Second Amendment
for higher energy prices
for higher gas taxes
for higher marriage license fees
for higher spending
for higher taxes
for micro-managing businesses
for Obamacare Medicaid Expansion
for taxpayer funding of abortions
for taxpayer funding of abortions
for using taxpayer money for lobbying

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