February 8, 2024 Dessert With Friends – Lily Tang Williams for NH Congressional District 2.

Our February 8, 2024 Plymouth Area Republican Committee meeting at the Ashland American Legion, 39 Main St Ashland, NH 03217, will feature Lily Tang Williams.

Lily is working to defeat incumbent Democrat Annie Kuster as the Republican Congressional Candidate in NH-02.  You know that Ms. Kuster is a typical liberal DC Democrat. The same party who many of us label as the party of destruction! You know, the party for open borders and want to tell you what car to drive.

Lily is a loyal American. Lily’s background is ideally suited for today’s Washington DC. Lily grew up in Communist China and knows where the Dems want to take us. She’s been there; done that!  Imagine Lily standing up to the Squad! She needs you to help make that happen! She has a huge task in front of her. She needs to get her story out to all voters in over 100 NH CD2 towns.

Come listen to Lily’s story and hear how she will use her experience to help thwart the radical DC Dem’s lurch towards Marxism!

Learn more about Lily here.

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General Don Bolduc interviewed in The New Yorker

General Bolduc was recently featured in an interview in The New Yorker magazine.

Across the country, candidates who support Donald Trump’s false claims about the 2020 election are running for office, promising to replace fellow-Republicans who went along with certifying last year’s results. Republicans are favored to take back both houses of Congress in 2022 and tighten their grip on state houses, raising urgent questions about whether the Party, which largely proved unwilling to support Donald Trump’s push to overturn the election last year, might be more amenable to doing so in 2024.

One of those candidates is Don Bolduc, a retired Army general and the only Republican who has declared his candidacy for next year’s U.S. Senate race in New Hampshire against the Democratic incumbent, Maggie Hassan… Read more by clicking on one of these links.

Here is the link to the New Yorker website

And, here is a link to a pdf of the article.

NOTE: PARC does not endorse any candidate until the general election. We don’t take sides in primaries. But, we do want people to be informed on the candidates which is why we publish this.