Secular Coalition for New Hampshire Monthly Conference Call

Monday, November 19, 2012 - 11:00 - 11:30
Call In Details: 
530-881-1400 code: 978895

 

Secular Coalition for America - New Hampshire Chapter Conference Call
Call in number: 530-881-1400 Participant Code: 978895
Monday, November 19 at 11am ET

 

Welcome Message

  • Who is here and who is not here that needs to be?
  • Agenda available at New Hampshire chapter page at secular.org
  • Explanation of conference call style and recording
    • No one is required to speak up, but there will be opportunities to do so.
  • Thank you for joining us for the Secular Coalition for New Hampshire monthly conference call!
  • The Secular Coalition for America is the only 501(c)(4) lobbying organization representing secular and nontheistic Americans.
  • Based in Washington DC, we are working to make sure that you are heard on Capitol Hill, on the federal level, yet some of the most egregious violations of separation of church and state are being promoted and passed at a state level.
  • The Secular Coalition for America is forming state chapters across the country to bring together secular and nontheistic Americans in each state to lobby on secular issues.

 

State Government 
  • Governor Maggie Hassan
    • Democrat, former state senator
  • General Court of New Hampshire 
    • In 2012, the General Court was in session from January 4 through June 27 
    • New Hampshire State Senate
      • 24 senators serving 2 year terms
      • Republican Party lost 6 seats, but maintained control with a 13-11 majority
    • New Hampshire House of Representatives
      • 400 representatives serving 2 year terms
      • Republican Party held a 293-103 majority
      • All 400 seats were up for election in November
      • Possible majority change
        • Prior to the 2010 elections, Democrats held a 216-174 advantage. Just a single election cycle later, Republicans controlled the House 298-102
        • Still awaiting 2012 results
  • U.S. House of Representatives
    • New Hampshire's 2 seats in the U.S. house are up for election in November
    • Both seats switched parties, with the Democratic candidates defeating the Republican incumbents 
      • Carol Shea-Porter defeated Frank Guinta
      • Ann McLane Kuster defeated Charlie Bass

 

Issues/Events
  • Any other issues we should know?


Chapter Model Overview

Wrap Up

 

Contact Information Thank You!

 

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