Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Moultonboro State Rep. Glenn Cordelli Considered a " Lobbyist" by State of NH

What this means is that they can no longer meet on Statehouse grounds. Wonder if they will now rent an office and skip out on the rent like former speaker Bill O'Brien.


3 comments:

Moultonboro Blogger said...

NH Public Radio had a story on this today.
http://nhpr.org/post/tensions-remain-high-between-nhs-republican-house-speaker-conservative-faction#stream/0

Anonymous said...

I truly appreciate your report on “MY REPRESENTATIVE”.
What a poor statement that is “my representative” !!

If he is not allowed in the State House or on the grounds
how in heck is he going to represent not only me but all of his
constituents ??

He has voted only for his best interests and not mine, the
Towns or the State.

I think its time he be impeached and a new election held.

Tom Howard said...

While I do not disagree with portions of your statement, the restriction upon use of the State House Complex is specific to the activities of the House Republican Alliance, not relative to his representation of his constituency. Of course, the question becomes, "Can those two things be separated?"