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So, It looks Impossible

The push to make a community or state, or even an entire country (like Canada or England), reliant 100% on renewable energy cannot actually be done by 2050. To do so would require the building of “a 1.5 gigawatt nuclear power plant every day” of the the 11,000+ days between now and 2050. This article…

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Science, or Not?

A quick search about global warming will turn up a surprising wealth of scientific studies by credentialed authors that cast serious doubt on the claims of impending disaster. But people purporting to believe in science dismiss these studies as somehow invalid. This dismissal of valid science frustrates many, including the President of the Josiah Bartlett…

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Special Election in August

Epping will hold a special election this fall to fill the unexpired term of State Representative Sean Morrison, who resigned in late May. The dates for this election: August 20 for the primary if needed October 8, for the special election Michael Vose, who served as a District 9 state representative from 2014-2018 has announced…

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Bill Gardner for Secretary of State

This past June, a group of interested voters gathered in Epping to hear Secretary of State Bill Gardner give a fascinating presentation on the history of NH elections. While expecting a 20-minute overview, we were treated instead to an hour-long deep dive into both meaningful election statistics and to mesmerizing stories about the personalities that…

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Gov. Sununu Endorses Rep. Michael Vose

With the 2018 election fast approaching, Gov. Chris Sununu has endorsed current State Representative Michael Vose for re-election. Sununu said, “I strongly support Michael’s bid for re-election and cannot think of a better person to send back to Concord to fight for you.” Gov. Sununu traveled to Epping twice this past summer to sign into…

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Vose Filed Energy Bill Signed by Governor

On August 3, 2018 at Sig Sauer Academy in Epping, Governor Sununu signed three energy bills, including HB317 filed and shepherded through the legislature by Rep. Michael Vose. The bill requires the state public utilities commission to obtain legislative approval before changing the systems benefits charge, a defacto tax that appears on every electric ratepayer’s…