NGCRC January Meeting

The Northern Grafton County Republican Committee (NGCRC) is pleased to announce NH Dept. of Education Commissioner, Frank Edelblut, as our guest speaker on Tuesday, January 9, 2024 at 6:00 pm at the Littleton Senior Center,77 Riverglen Lane, Littleton, NH. Commissioner Edelblut will be speaking about education issues in New Hampshire, followed by questions from the audience. This presentation is open to the public.

Nick De Mayo, M. Ed., NGCRC, Chairman


NGCRC December Meeting

Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2023

Just a quick reminder of our up-coming NGCRC December Meeting on Tuesday, December 12, 2023 at 6:00 pm at the Littleton Senior Center, 77 Riverglen Lane, Littleton, NH.

We have our main guest speaker, GOP Primary Gubernatorial Candidate, Chuck Morse of Salem who was the former NH Senate President.  This is an excellent opportunity for you to acquire his plans for New Hampshire if he is our eventual nominee, and Governor-elect.  You will be able to ask questions which are important to you!

We also have a request from Ambrose Tierney, Regional Field Director for the Nikki Haley for President Campaign.  Another great opportunity to learn her positions for President, and to ask questions.

All are welcome to attend this General Public Session.

Dues are due for renewal for calendar year 2024. $24.00 for Full Membership; $12.00 for Associate Membership.

Applications need to be filled out for new members.

Please contact Alice Arazny @ if you can donate a refreshment dish for our Social ½ Hour.


Franconia Old Home Day

The NGCRC participated in the 2022 Franconia Old Home Day festivities and parade. It was a beautiful display and the parade was a wonderful expression of Franconia’s patriotism and community spirit. Thank you to the Candidates who joined us! Some photos are below:


Gubernatorial Presentation

Dear NGCRC Member,

Just a brief reminder that we will be hosting another NGCRC- first-ever-event, “Gubernatorial Presentation” of the two GOP Primary candidates, Thad Riley and Karen Testerman at our up-coming NGCRC Meeting, Monday night, April 11, 2022 at the Littleton Elks Lodge, #1831, 42 Main St., Rte. 302, Bethlehem, NH. Our Social ½ Hour begins at 6:00 pm, and our main event starts promptly at 6:30 pm after our customary Opening Exercises. Unfortunately, Governor Sununu has a scheduling conflict, and won’t be present.


Each candidate will give a 3-minute introductory presentation, and then answer random questions from the floor, namely from you on an alternating basis. Each candidate will have 1-minute to answer individual questions. Candidate responses will be timed, and each candidate will be alerted (by a bell) with a 2 ½ minute warning, and a 3-minute cut-off for their introduction. Each candidate will be alerted (by a bell) at 1/2 -minute warning, and, similarly at 1-minute for the cut-off their individual responses. I anticipate inviting questions for each candidate from you, the voter and taxpayer, on a rotational basis so no one candidate gets ”dumped upon” with all the questions going to one candidate only.

You may think the times allotted are short, but this format will help each candidate to be succinct thereby allowing us to cover many categories of questions. It will also be good practice for all three GOP Primary contests, in which the next two contests contain 6 and 7 candidates, respectively.

There are many issues facing the New Hampshire voter (you) in the up-coming November election. For example, legalization of “pot,” abortion, taxes, voter integrity, mask mandates, rising gas prices, “Green energy,” open meetings/ZOOM meetings, health benefits, CRT, Second Amendment Rights and the right to keep and bear arms, cluster housing and zoning, immigration, First Amendment rights, and the list goes on and on. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO ASK YOUR QUESTIONS & HAVE YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED! IF YOU DON’T SPEAK UP NOW, DON’T COMPLAIN LATER!! Please do your homework, and come prepared to ask questions!

With permission from the Elks Lodge management, I have invited each candidate to put up their lawn signs on the Elks property which is to be removed by the candidate or candidate’s staff immediately after this presentation. Also, candidates may place their political literature on tables in the corridor leading to our meeting room.

The NGCRC will be conducting similar presentations for the GOP Primary Senate candidates on Monday, May 9th and similarly GOP Primary Congressional candidates on Monday, June 13th.

Hope to see you tomorrow night, Monday, April 11, 2022 for this important demonstration of democracy!

Yours in The Cause to elect Republicans,
and Keep New Hampshire RED!

Nick De Mayo, M. Ed., NGCRC, Chairman

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Next Meeting, “Enemies Within”

Our next NGCRC Meeting will be held this-coming Monday night, March 14, 2022 at the Littleton Elks Lodge, #1831, 42 Main St., Rte 302, Bethlehem, NH commencing at 6:00 pm with our Social ½ Hour featuring delicious fruits and snacks. Thanks to NGCRC Vice Chairwoman, Janice Novak, for organizing this delicious treat, and thanks to all the individuals who have volunteered their time and efforts to provide this unique feature to our monthly meetings.

As always, our Main Presentation begins at 6:30 pm with a few Opening Ceremonies, and then this month’s feature presentation, this eye-opening, documented video entitled “Enemies Within” by New Zealander Trevor Loudon. He has spent many years of his life to study and document this “Deep State story” to the American public. This is a scholarly, well-worth-your-time presentation about the inner workings and behind-the-scenes characters who sit in our Congress and in many other departments of our US Government…making OUR LAWS and spending OUR MONEY!!

Can your U. S. Congressman / woman pass an FBI Background Check? Look closely to see if you see any familiar faces!

No interruptions. No speeches during the video.

NGCRC Gun Raffle Chairwoman, Samantha Cross, will give a Gun Raffle Update after the video.

Nick De Mayo, M. Ed., NGCRC, Chairman

Events News

February NGCRC Meeting with State Senator Bob Giuda

New Hampshire State Senator Bob Giuda, District 2

The Northern Grafton County Republican Committee will hold its monthly meeting on Monday, February 14, 2022 at the Littleton Elks Club, Lodge #1831 located at 42 Main Street, Route 302, Bethlehem, NH.  Socializing and refreshments will be at 6:00 PM, and the meeting and guest speaker will be at 6:30 PM.  NH State Senator Bob Giuda, District 2, will be the guest speaker.  Senator Giuda will talk about the 2022 Legislative Update and how people can become involved. 

Senator Giuda will instruct people how to use the NH general court website to look up legislation regarding public hearings and other pertinent legislative information.  Persons desiring to actively participate may bring their personal computer and log into the WiFi available, and follow along with the visual presentation.

Republicans and Like-Minded Conservatives are Welcome to attend.  Interested persons may contact or call 603-823-5011.  Keep New Hampshire RED!


Join us for our 9/11 Memorial Tribute

Join us as we honor the victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks. The memorial will take place at the Mascoma Bank knoll at the intersection of Cottage, Union, and Main St in Littleton, NH on Saturday, September 11 from 8 a.m. to noon.

Twenty years ago 2,977 perished when the United States was attacked by Al Qaeda terrorists. This included 344 firefighters, 71 police officers, 8 EMTs, 55 military personnel, and thousands of civilians. Thousands more were injured suffering lasting physical and mental harm.

This is not a political event. We are asking that there be no political signs, flags, or clothing. Instead please bring American flags, flags honoring police and firefighters, or make appropriate signs and banners. All are welcome regardless of political affiliation.

Never forget.

Events LTE

Flag Day ‘Flag Waving’

The Northern Grafton County Republican Committee will be conducting a Flag Day event honoring the adoption of the flag of the United States on June 14, 1777 by resolution of the Second Continental Congress in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

At the time of the Revolutionary War in 1775, many colonists were not fighting under the colors of a single flag, but under their own flags.
The Second Continental Congress created the Continental Army, a unified colonial fighting force, which led to the creation of the first “American” flag, which was known as the “Continental Colors.”

This flag was comprised of 13 red and white alternating stripes and a Union Jack in the upper-left-corner which was similar to the British flag.  General George Washington rejected the idea of a flag which even remotely looked like the British flag!  

On June 14, 1777, the Second Continental Congress took a break from creating the Articles of Confederation, and passed a resolution stating that the “the flag of the United States of America be 13 stripes, alternate red and white, and that the Union in the upper left-corner be 13 stars white in a blue field, representing a new constellation.”

In 1885, Bernard Cigrand, a small Wisconsin teacher, originated the idea for an annual flag day, to be celebrated across the country every June 14th.
In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson marked the the anniversary of that decree by officially establishing June 14th as Flag Day.  The American flag is synonymously referred to as “The Stars and Stripes” as well as “Old Glory.”

Please bring your own flag, and join the NGCRC in honoring our flag on June 14th at the Mascoma Bank Knoll across the street from the Littleton Opera House from 12:00 pm, noon, to 2:00 pm, rain or shine.

And, remember the NGCRC will be conducting our monthly meeting that later that night at 6:00 pm at the Littleton Elks Lodge in Bethlehem


Summer Speaker Series

Join us at our next meeting, June 14, 2021 (Flag Day) at 6:30 p.m. at the Elks Lodge, #1831, 42 Main St., Rte. 302, Bethlehem, NH. Our guest speaker will be, Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, who will be speaking on Voter Fraud in New Hampshire.

Our guest speaker for our July 12, 2021 meeting is Hal Shurtleff who will be speaking on The Constitution. Our guest speaker for August 9, 2021 is Stephen Stepanek, Chairman of the New Hampshire Republican State Committee, who will be speaking about the NH GOP.