LAKES REGION TEA PARTY WILL NOT MEET IN JULY
We hope that all of you and your family members are safe and healthy. We are disappointed that we have not been able to meet recently. Unfortunately the Moultonborough Library has cancelled events for June and July. However, here is how you can listen to an hour of questions for Governor Sununu and submit your own questions.
We hope we can meet together in August, but we will have to wait and see.
Your must pre-register as directed:
Governor Chris Sununu will virtually join the founders of the Legislative Beer Caucus as we have a casual conversation over libations, talking about Current Events, Politics (of course) and whatever else might come up.
When: Jul 7, 2020 07:30 PM
You must register in advance for this meeting at:
This is the latest is a series of Beer Caucus “Happy Hours” where members chat with public figures over libations about various contemporary issues. Earlier sessions have included senate candidates Don Bolduc and Cork Messner, US Congressional Candidates, Steve Negron, Lynne Blankenbeker, Matt Mowers, Matt Mayberry, our National GOP Committeeman Chris Ager, Senate Republican Leader Chuck Morse, and House Republican leader Dick Hinch, among others.
Sneak Peak: The next event is already slated for July 14th, and will feature Eli Clemmer, a candidate for NH Congressional District 2. Eli will be joined by another guest yet to respond!
If you have questions for the Governor, you can Contact Rep Lang in advance of the meeting at the info below. We will try to work as many questions into the conversation as time and the discussion allows.
Rep Tim Lang – (R-Sanbornton) cell 603-566-9802 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Rep Reed Panasiti – (R – Amherst)
Rep Howard Pearl – (R – Loudon)
Hon Michael Moffett – (R- Loudon)
The Lakes Region TEA Party meetings begin at 7:00 PM at the Moultonborough Library, 4 Holland Street, Moultonborough, NH. The public is invited to listen and participate respectfully in the Q&A sessions.
Lakes Region TEA Party Co-Chairs:
Marc Abear, Don Ewing, and Jim Thompson