NH’s Dr. Dana Gordon Wins “Woman of the Year” at Young Republican’s Annual Meeting

Posted by on May 9, 2014 in Blog, Featured, News and Updates, YR Candidate Spotlight | 0 comments

Molly Sanborn, Chairman

New Hampshire Young Republicans National Committeewoman Dr. Dana Gordon was named “Woman of the Year” at the national Young Republican’s annual meeting in Washington, DC.

New Hampshire Young Republican Chair Molly Sanborn said “I am delighted to have a member of our board recognized on a national stage for her hard work and dedication to the party. I congratulate Dana and look forward to working with her and our board members on the path to victory this November.”

Dr. Gordon said “I am absolutely humbled to be named the Young Republican National Federation’s Woman of the Year! Words cannot express how touched I am to receive this incredible honor. Love of God, country, and family have always been my motivating factors in life, and I will use this award as a springboard to continue fighting for these issues in New Hampshire, our great nation, and in my political endeavors abroad.”

Dr. Dana Gordon is a graduate of Vanderbilt University with a PhD in Clinical Psychology. Previously she served as the Young Republican National Committeewoman for both Florida and Georgia. Dr. Gordon serves as the YRNF Delegate to the European Young Conservatives Leadership Conference at Cambridge University, a center-right organization focusing on advancing a conservative political philosophy worldwide. She is the African Affairs Committee Chairman for the YRNF and has been active in grassroots campaigns in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Arizona, Louisiana, and Texas. Dr. Gordon is currently a Principal Clinical Research Associate specializing in medical drug research and biomedical device technology.


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New Hampshire Young Republicans Announce Results of Annual Straw Poll

Posted by on Oct 19, 2013 in News and Updates, Press Room | 0 comments

Today the New Hampshire Young Republicans hosted their 5th Annual Lobster Bake at Brown’s Lobster Pound in Seabrook. Attendees at the event participated in a straw poll that included the 2016 GOP Presidential Primary and the 2014 GOP race for Governor, US Senator, and both Congressional districts.

The official results of today’s straw poll are as follows:

President 2016: Ben Carson 43%, Rand Paul 15%, Ted Cruz 8%, Jeb Bush 8%, Chris Christie 6%, Donald Trump 5%, Kelly Ayotte 4%, Rick Perry 4%, Sarah Palin 3%, Scott Walker 1%, Paul Ryan 1%, Marco Rubio 1%, John Huntsman 1%, John Thune 1%

NH Governor: George Lambert 43%, Ted Gatsas 25%, Chuck Rolecek 21%, Brad Cook 4%, Bill Binnie 3% (Write-in), Chris Sununu 2% (Write-in), Andy Sanborn 1% (Write-in)

US Senator: Scott Brown 28%, Laurie Sanborn 25%, Charlie Bass 19%, Jim Rubens 16%, Karen Testerman 12%

Congressional District 1: Dan Innis 40%, Jeff Chidester 32%, Frank Guinta 21%, Rick Parent 6%

Congressional District 2: Andrew Hemingway 74%, Gary Lambert 25%, Marilinda Garcia 1% (Write-in)

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5th Annual NHYR Lobster Bake & Straw Poll

Posted by on Sep 24, 2013 in Events | 0 comments

Please join the NH Young Republicans for an afternoon of fun, food and politics at Brown’s Lobster Pound.

Whether you’re young or just young at heart, from NH or one of our neighboring states, we’d love to have your company for this great event!

Saturday, October 19, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Brown’s Lobster Pound
407 Highway 286
Seabrook, NH

Tickets available online by clicking here!
$40 for Young Republicans (up to age 40)
$50 for all others
Children under 12 free

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Burns Elected as YRNF Regional Director

Posted by on Aug 8, 2013 in Featured, News and Updates, Press Room, Uncategorized, YR Candidate Spotlight | 0 comments

YRNF-Logo-300x300The New Hampshire Young Republicans are proud to announce that Bob Burns was elected as the YRNF Northeast Regional Director at the annual convention in Mobile Alabama. The Northeast Region covers the New England states and New York. The Regional Director is responsible for supervising and coordinating activities in their area, such as deployments of activists and overseeing the state chairmen. Burns, the NH Republican party’s nominee for Executive Council District 4 in 2012 had previously served as Hillsborough County Treasurer and as the New Hampshire Young Republican’s National Committeeman from 2009 to 2013. He is currently the Chair of the Greater Manchester Young Republicans.

Upon winning election to the post, Burns said “Having a New Hampshire presence on the national board will strengthen the relationship New Hampshire already enjoys with the YRNF.” New Hampshire Young Republican Chair Molly Sanborn said “Bob’s election to Regional Director strengthens our organization and we look forward to bringing more Young Republican events and activists to New Hampshire.”



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New Hampshire Young Republican Social At Club DRYNK

Posted by on Mar 22, 2013 in Events | 0 comments

Join us at 6PM For A Free Social At Club DRYNK

Join us at 6PM For A Free Social At Club DRYNK


Mar 22, 2013 @ 6:00


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NHYR Lobster Bake & Straw Poll

Posted by on Sep 1, 2012 in Events, Featured, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Join the New Hampshire Young Republicans

& NH House Speaker Bill O’Brien!

For a fun day of Food, Rides, Attractions, and Politics!

Saturday September 1st from 10AM to 6PM at the Aquaboggan Water Park.

Located at 980 Portland Road Saco, ME

Tickets are $35 they include a Lobster Meal, Parking, Park Access,

& All Day Rides!

Children under age 12 will be admitted for free with a paying adult.

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New Hampshire Young Republican Breakfast With Governor Tim Pawlenty

Posted by on Aug 11, 2012 in Events, Featured | 0 comments

 The New Hampshire Young Republican Breakfast with Governor Tim Pawlenty will take place at 1oam August 11th at the New Hampshire Institute Of Politics Saint Anselm Drive Manchester, NH 03102.   Following the event we will have our 2012 Annual Meeting. All Republicans are invited to attend.  Please contact Chairman David Hurst with questions at 603-540-3390 or at david.hurst@nhyr.com.


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