from Granite State Patriots Liberty
The Granite State Patriots Liberty PAC, an umbrella
organization for liberty groups across New Hampshire and neighboring
announced today that it will host a unique Forum for Republican
"Our members were disgusted with the debates being
broadcast by the major networks," said Jerry DeLemus, Chairman of the
GSPLPAC, "and so we set out to design a Forum that would provide the
viewer with a true look at the candidates."
On Thursday, November 10, from 6:30 to 9:30, at One Liberty
Lane in Hampton, participating Republican candidates will sit down with
Paul Westcott, of WGIR, to discuss their views on the issues facing the
Presidency of the United States, especially as they pertain to the U.S.
Constitution. The candidates will pair off in twos to engage in a
conversation, prompted by the moderator, allowing them ample time to
each topic in depth. The length of time allotted for each pair of
candidates will depend on the number of pairs participating.
An audience of approximately 200 liberty-minded voters will
be in the house to view this debate and to participate via electronic
feedback. At this date, participating candidates
include Speaker Newt Gingrich, Senator Rick Santorum, Governor Gary
and Governor Buddy Roemer.
DeLemus said, "Our intention is to provide a meaningful
dialogue that is civil and dignified -- allowing each candidate to
or her most positive attributes."
The limited seating in the house will be by invitation, and
only those holding tickets will be admitted. However, viewers
able to watch this forum live on Granite Grok
at www.granitegrok.com, and listen to
it either live or via transcript on N.H.radio, WGIR, 610 am.
"The 2012 election may, indeed, be the most significant
election of our lifetime," said Chairman DeLemus, "and it is
imperative that the voters know the person they are voting for.
perspective provided by this unique forum on November 10 may be the one
shows us the candidates' true merits."
For additional information, check the group's website
at www.GSPLPAC.com or call
Vice Chair, Diane Bitter, at 964-4161.