Kimball: ‘I don’t think this will end well’
Apr21

Kimball: ‘I don’t think this will end well’

Tea Party leader and former state Republican Party chairman Jack Kimball says personal issues are keeping him from joining fellow Granite Staters and scores more at the Nevada standoff between cattle rancher Cliven Bundy and the federal Bureau of Land Management. But Kimball said Monday he has heard from his friend and fellow New Hampshire 9/12 movement activist Jerry DeLemus of Rochester that, in Kimball’s words, “This is not over.”...

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Kimball backs Hemingway
Jan24

Kimball backs Hemingway

Failed former NHGOP Chairman Jack Kimball, who resigned his post  halfway through his tenure only moments before he was going to be ousted by the party’s executive committee, has announced he’s backing Andrew Hemingway for Chair. Hemingway is involved in an extremely ugly and personal battle with fellow conservative activist Jennifer Horn to serve as the Party’s next Chair. John DiStaso from the New Hampshire Union...

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Hemingway to challenge Horn for GOP Chairmanship
Nov30

Hemingway to challenge Horn for GOP Chairmanship

One day after Jack Kimball attacked New Hampshire’s Republican leadership for supporting Jennifer Horn for Chair of the party, several hours after NH Journal published a story reporting that Kimball was holding a meeting to recruit an alternative candidate to Horn, and only minutes after several people named in that story denied such a meeting ever took place and/or that they were in attendance … an alternative candidate to Jennifer...

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Sources: Kimball to stage comeback attempt as party chairman
Nov30

Sources: Kimball to stage comeback attempt as party chairman

After having served a failed half-term as Chairman of the New Hampshire Republican State Committee – a term that ended in his last-second resignation just before being ousted – Jack Kimball may attempt to engineer a comeback and challenge Jennifer Horn for the post, sources tell NH Journal. According to sources, Kimball will host a private strategy meeting on Friday to discuss the race for chairman and seek an opponent to Horn, who is...

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NHGOP shows sign of righting its financial ship
Jan16

NHGOP shows sign of righting its financial ship

The New Hampshire Republican State Committee is showing signs of righting its financial ship after a near disastrous 2011. According to Republican sources, Chairman Wayne MacDonald was prepared to share positive financial information on Monday night to the Party’s Executive Committee, a rare occurrence since former-Gov. John Sununu stepped down as Chairman and the Party fell under the temporary control of Jack Kimball. NH Journal can...

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