March 14, 2024 Dessert With Friends – What happened on January 6 – from the inside

At our March 14, 2024 Dessert With Friends meeting at the Ashland American Legion, Cindy Young will talk about her experiences with being jammed up in the January 6 debacle.  She is currently being scheduled for a trial on charges brought against her from that day in DC.  Her trial date has changed at least once so we are not 100% sure she’ll be able to attend our meeting. However, it is highly likely that she will.

In our lifetime we have never seen such happenings.   This is your chance to hear from a person who was there, a person who is experiencing firsthand the heavy weight of our legal system as it attempts to judge her actions on that fateful day.

As a backup to Cindy’s presentation we have the movie: Sound of Freedom that we may show.

In either case we will provide you with an interesting evening.

The What’s and Why’s of Cindy’s presentation:

  • Why I made the trip to Washington on January 6
  • What did I witness
  • What did I do
  • What happened after that day
  • What is happening now
  • What concerns me about the current geo/political environment
  • What I believe we can do to correct the course we are on – it starts LOCAL
  • What I have experienced with our corrupt justice system and what I am facing today.

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October 12, 2023, Dessert With Friends – Election Integrity

Election Integrity – Speakers from the District 24 Senate Race Audit Team will discuss the movement to secure our elections in New Hampshire.

“We have a list of folks who have moved from every town in NH and applied for a USPS permanent move and remained on the voter registration at the midterm. There are 64,000 NH voters state wide who moved from their home county or out of state that were still active from their old address. Our goal is to clean the movers who are no longer living at their address from the voter rolls so they will be as clean as possible going into our next election.

We are happy to get interested people working with their town checklist supervisors to get the lists clean. Hollis just removed over 400 names- Sandown about the same.  It’s an effort we can all be part of.

Here are the folks who will tell us all about it.

  • Michael Bean – Rye Republicans, Town Chair, Delegate and State Committee Member
  • Al Brandando – Retired commercial pilot, Leader of the NH constitutional convention & voting machine maintenance auditor
  • Linda Brown – Business owner & expert in New Hampshire elections ( Chain of custody) / Recounts
  • James Goodwin – Systems Analyst , IT director and Machine tape auditor
  • Brenda Towne – Business exec, election auditor : 2020, Team lead for citizen led election reform

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September 21, 2023, Dessert With Friends – Frank Edelblut

We are thrilled to have Frank Edelblut come and speak to us on September 21.  Frank is the  Commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Education and will speak on the state of education in New Hampshire as well as many of the issues facing parents and schools.

Frank served as a Republican member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives. During his term in the House, Edelblut represented Hillsborough County District 38, including the towns of Antrim, Bennington, Francestown, Greenville, Greenfield, Hancock, Hillsborough, Lyndeborough, Wilton, and Windsor. He served on the Finance Committee, Special Committee on Pensions, and the Child and Family Law Committee. He was a Republican candidate for Governor of New Hampshire in 2016, narrowly finishing second in the primary.

Frank Edelblut

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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.