Jim Forsythe, former Chair of the New Hampshire RLC, won the primary for State Senate in District 4, defeating two opponents. Following 12 years of service in the Air Force, Jim moved to New Hampshire and was involved in a local taxpayers group and in the Ron Paul 2008 campaign. Despite the large size of the New Hampshire legislature, the Senate is much smaller and more prominent. Learn more about the race and donate at http://jimforsythe.com/.
Jim’s victory was just one of the many successful candidates who won on Primary Day in the Granite State.
The New Hampshire RLC also targeted seven incumbent RINOs on Primary Day. Of the seven, the following three Reps. lost their races to RLC primary challengers: State Reps. Cynthia Dokmo, Jayne Spaulding, and Anthony DiFruscia.
The state RLC sent a total of 10,000 mail pieces in the seven candidates’ districts to expose their Big Government voting record. In response to the RLC’s effective education effort, Cynthia Dokmo has filed a lawsuit against the state RLC while Jayne Spaulding is threatening to publicize the names of donors to the RLCNH. Spaulding called the RLC a “fringe group” in an article about the RLC’s victories in The Nashua Telegraph.
In response to the lawsuit, RLC New Hampshire Chairman Andrew Hemingway said, “All of our filings are in order. This is simply an attack by these liberal candidates who were exposed for who they are and they’re upset about it.”
Learn more about the candidates the New Hampshire RLC has endorsed at http://rlcnh.org/candidates/. Congratulations to the New Hampshire RLC for its many victories on September 14!